Get ready to know our 2021 top predictions for your dining room. So below are our top seven design trend for the year ahead:
Trend #1: Informality & Less Traditional
In the year 2021, the whole energy of the dining room has changed. We didn’t usually use it much before, but the quarantine routine of 2021 has turned it into a day-use by the entire family. Now, it is no longer a formal, well-defined subject. In 2021 it will be all about: relaxation, comfort, and versatility.
No matter what style, color, or decors you select, just focus on creating a space that’s warm and welcoming. Add a few quirky ornaments, some photos, rugs, warm throws pillows to create a cozy ambiance.
Trend #2: Round Tables
Are you thinking of buying some new dining furniture? Consider a round table instead of a square or rectangle one. No matter what material you choose, replace all the sharp angles with soft curves. This will create a more informal and intimate atmosphere.
Round tables are usually smaller and won’t take much space. You can also get an oval-shaped table instead of completely round. These sleek tables will surely be on-trend for the whole year long.
Trend #3: Multifunctional Furniture in Modern Style
The dining room was a gathering space to eat and converse back in 2021, but now it has become a multipurpose spot. This simply means it can be used for more than just eating together, and you probably already are using it in multiple ways such as study area, entertaining zone, or both!
So how to achieve this? Just by bringing some unique pieces of decor that can be used in many different ways. Add some statement or colorful chairs to your dining space. Don’t go for the structured furniture; try to mix and match them. You can also include a bench as seating (a huge trend in 2021). It will create a more relaxed and welcoming atmosphere.
Trend #4: Bring Nature Inside
One of the latest interior trends that can be seen everywhere is the Inclusion of plants. They always have a special place in the home because they not only provide filtered air, but they also bring freshness, distinctiveness, and an irreplaceable vibe into the whole space.
We’re sure that houseplants will still be one of the most likable trends in 2021. Don’t limit yourself to one lonely pot plant on the side; place as many plants as possible. You can put Cacti or small succulents to make fascinating dining table decorations or go with the plants with variegated and multicolored leaves, such as begonias, sansevierias, or striking dragon plants. They’ll add thick & rich texture while creating an interesting eating area.
Trend #5: Add Partitions & Dividers
Spaces with open concepts are so 2021. The new year is all about having privacy and private spaces, and for that, what will be better than dividers! Separating large areas with partitions is a common technique used by many designers and architects.
These structures play a double role: they create spaces and can also be used as decorative elements. You can use them in many ways, such as to allocate spaces, organize an open space, create a welcoming corner in a large environment, or just to hide the disordered objects in your home.
Partitions are quite useful in the dining areas as they’re often constructed next to the kitchen or the living room. So to separate spaces, you can place a divider made of stone, wood, or metal. Many options are available in the market; you can select the best one according to your home size, style, and level of privacy you want.
Trend #6: Natural Serene Look
Another key trend for 2021 is to create a bohemian nature-inspired look. Not just by bringing some decors but also placing some furniture made from various organic materials. Caning, woven seagrass, rattan, and wicker — include these materials in your home furnishings.
You can use them from furniture and lighting to accessories and window treatments to create a soft natural look. They’ll blend gracefully with any color palette or decorating theme. So follow this trend and give your place a homely and timeless touch.
Trend #7: Open Dining Areas
According to many designers, there will be a major shift in 2021, especially in our living circumstances. Considering the pandemic, now you are no longer able to host large dinner parties, but still, you can do one thing. Take your dining area outside!
Yes, if you’re lucky enough to have a spacious outdoor space, why not just use it as outdoor dining activities and repurpose your indoor dining rooms for other activities, such as workspaces and exercise areas. Eating with your family in a fresh and tranquil atmosphere will be a soothing and relaxing experience for you.
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