Who doesn’t love hosting their loved ones under their own roof. A gathering that brings everyone together where you can create memories and spend quality time with the people that mean the most to you is part of home life. Everyone’s style of hosting is different and that’s why designing your dining room in a way that supports your hostess style is key. Here are 3 styles of dining room for you to consider.
The elegant host:
Incorporating a formal dining table with a luxurious look and attention to detail will create an atmosphere of refined elegance. Choose upholstered chairs for added comfort, encouraging guests to linger around the table during extended dinner conversations will lead you into late nights of conversations and laughter.
Ambient lighting, such as chandeliers or pendant lights, to enhance the sense of sophistication will add depth and provide an inviting glow.
The casual gatherer:
Whether that’s a farmhouse-style, rustic look or urban sense dining table that exudes a relaxed and approachable vibe, this one is for the hosts who invite guests around whenever they like. Mix and match seating with a combination of chairs and benches for a laid-back and inclusive atmosphere will make your guests feel right at home.
You can integrate versatile storage solutions like sideboards or open shelving to display curated décor items and easy-to-access serving wares too.
The modern entertainer:
Choosing a sleek and minimalist dining table with clean lines and a contemporary aesthetic, reflecting a modern sense of style is for the hosts who want the least maintenance yet impress the guests. Bringing comfortable yet stylish chairs in bold colours or unique shapes to add an element of design intrigue with get your guests talking.
Each design approach caters to different types of hosts, ensuring that the dining room aligns with your entertaining style, capacity required, personality and the overall atmosphere you wish to create for your social gatherings so let’s get it right. After all, the best kinds of people are the ones who enjoy a little wine while they dine.