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- Visualizer: Polina Poludkina
Sage green and simple. The calming tones of a light sage backdrop will make dinner times tranquil, and a small pop of colour will instill that desirable modern edge.
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- Designer: 2LG Studio
Turn the tables in a fully turquoise decor scheme. Why stop at a feature wall when you can include matching dining hutches and dining table?
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- Visualizer: Olovo
Build up tonal interest. This kitchen diner includes two shades of cabinets, and a third green hue on the walls. The combination builds depth and dimension.
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- Visualizer: JUST studio projektowe
Partner heritage hues with traditional panel moulding and decorative coving to make a dining area with classic elegance.
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- Visualizer: Allan Borges
Share the spotlight. With a strong wall colour it’s important to ensure that other elements don’t pale into insignificance. Cluster dining room pendant lights for added impact, and choose dining chairs with interesting silhouettes.
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- Source: Muuto
This 50/50 split black and green modern dining room scheme is coupled up with the stylish 70/70 Table with solid oak top by TAF for Muuto.
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- Visualizer: Nelson de Araújo
Light wood and honeydew melon walls make a mellow match. Team the palette with melon slice half moon motifs to sweeten the theme.
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- Source: Little Greene
Picture perfect in pea green. The deep window frames in this dining room have been painted over in the same pea green shade as the surrounding walls for a fully saturated scheme. The single colour walls and colour coordinated dining chairs create a fearless effect.
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- Via: Suning
Go loud with a love for lime and lemon. Cut through the zest with white accents to let the brightness breathe.
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- Designer: d2 interieurs
Another one for lime lovers.
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- Designer: Terraza Balear
Your green hero piece doesn’t even have to be in the room. If you have a stunning garden or forest view, keep the interior pale to let the outdoor greenery be your mural. Add a subtle green centrepiece to the table to draw just a little bit of that natural colour inward.
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- Architect: HGAA
Even narrow outdoor spaces can host a plethora of living greenery to boost the interior mood.
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- Designer: Paul Rudolph
Of course, you can always move the garden inside too! This clear perspex dining set disappears before an indoor jungle, unleashing flourishing foliage in full effect.
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- Visualizer: Svoya studio
Plant a vertical garden for dense green coverage.
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- Visualizer: 3DCastro
A smaller take on the vertical garden, this time sandwiched between a base of tiles and a custom cut mirror on top. The wall of plants stimulates the illusion of a refreshing alfresco eating area, which is helped along by a rustic wooden dining table.
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- Visualizer: Pavel Vetrov
Combine the vertical garden aesthetic with a row of display shelves for a custom look. This approach also presents the opportunity to inject a contrasting accent colour, or multiple, over the shelves with knick-knacks and books.
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- Visualizer: Lanre Alao
For those daunted by the installation and upkeep of a living wall, a raised indoor planter provides a more low-key solution for achieving an effective garden atmosphere.
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- Visualizer: Sergey Krasyuk
Botanical walls don’t have to be living at all, and are entirely up to artistic interpretation. This mural blooms with a coral element that uplifts the green base.
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- Visualizer: Thao Nguyen
Here, botanical wallpaper fills an architectural archway. An oval dining table has been selected to complement the curved feature.
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- Visualizer: Irina Yavtushenko
Position a bush of painted fronds directly behind the cushions of a banquette seat to establish a fun connection between background and foreground pieces. Locate a couple of living fronds for the table centrepiece to draw the theme forward.
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- Visualizer: Muhammed Shafeek M A
Just frame it. Minimal fuss, minimal commitment. A framed botanical print and a cluster of green glass vases does the trick on a shoestring budget.
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- Visualizer: Custom Design Construction
Wood, gold and green paint a rich and natural scheme. A tall mirror helps to increase the sense of space in this small dining room design, and doubles the impact of a golden sputnik chandelier.
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- Visualizer: Pure Render
Speaking of impact, check out this divine green tasseled dining room pendant light! Six perfectly colour matched dining chairs honour the spectacular ceiling fixture.
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- Designer: U Interior Design
Why settle for plain coving when you can opt for a border of bold colour? Wrap the stripe around an entire open plan room to give the space cohesivity.
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- Designer: Christy Allen Designs
Or, take colour all the way onto the ceiling to bring down high rafters. This scheme employs the help of a sputnik chandelier to help draw the eye upward.
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- Visualizer: 33bY Architecture
An olive green dining room has deliciously comforting vibes when coupled with a curvaceous wooden dining set. Include a couple of low hanging pendants to add a cosy glow.
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- Visualizer: Min Maung Han
Copper accents make a lustrous companion for a green dining room set up. These tufted dining chairs satisfy both sides of the colour brief.
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- Via: West Elm
Copper has been switched out for precious gold accents in this emerald green dining room. A golden chandelier drips from a high ceiling with neo-classical coving, and gold candlesticks top a gold frame table.
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- Visualizer: Evgenia Belkina
Think outside the box by painting inside the picture frames! This unusual paint effect really draws attention to the muted green wall colour. A black pedestal dining table connects with the darker elements of the art, whilst ruby dining chairs pull out the pink tones.
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- Visualizer: Jolanda Kruse
Establish presence in an open plan layout. A single section of colour will anchor a dining zone in a large white living space, and a green colourway is a particularly fitting choice for rooms with a lush view. In this design, a banquette seat sets the outer limits for the colour treatment, along with a length of modern track lighting.
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- Visualizer: Anna Makukha
A dark green kitchen sets a sophisticated mood for this dining area. Oversized white pendant lights and a pale dining table lighten the look.
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- Visualizer: Denis Glushanin, Ilya Shubochkin & Marina Donskikh
Play with room proportions. This dark green wall of panel moulding is teamed with pale sage walls at the sides to visually alter the width of the room.
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- Designer: Anne-Sophie Pailleret
This larger room goes all out with a single shade of green, which allows golden accents sing out brightly from dining pendant lights and a pair of unusual wall lights.
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- Designer: Robyn Donaldson
Black & white plus green equals a high contrast scheme with fresh infusions. The round dining table and chairs introduce a comforting, warming natural element.
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- Visualizer: Home D
Make lighter, brighter spaces with mirrors. To stop an all green scheme becoming dark, incorporate a section of mirrors. They will reflect the green elements from the other side of the room but they will also reflect the natural light.
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- Designer: Zulufish
Restrict coloured accents to just a nook, with a green upholstered banquette and matching dining chairs.
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- Visualizer: Elemental Design
Another gorgeous green dining nook.
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- Visualizer: Olexandr Melnyk
Extravagant dining room chandeliers crown this regal green scene with crystal and gilded chain. A traditional fireplace completes the manor house befitting design.
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- Visualizer: Noha Ahmed
Another traditionally inspired design with a classic chandelier, but this time with a much lighter, airy feel.
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- Visualizer: Andrey Ryazanov
This one comes back to the contemporary with a modern chandelier that pulls across the entire open plan dining area and lounge, just like its long green accent wall.
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- Designer: Hayon Studio
Can’t change your old colour dining set? No problem. Create a colour block design by layering your existing set with a green background and a brightly contrasting area rug.
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- Visualizer: Yurii Zabuzhko
Shake up a green panel moulded room by picking out the moulding with striking black paintwork. This works particularly well with a black dining set to match. Choose a light coloured chandelier to boost the dark combo.
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- Visualizer: Studio Proxy
Green elements are used to anchor every zone in this open plan interior. The lounge has a bottle green accent wall, the kitchen has its coloured peninsula, and the dining area is established with a colour matched round dining table and chairs.
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- Visualizer: Studio Artere
Let art be the start of a colourful relationship. Check out how the dog in the pic looks longingly at the globe pendant lights as though wanting to catch the falling balls!
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- Visualizer: Nimbusart
Blocks of contrasting black, white and green jostle to form an energised scene that keeps the eye moving. A linear suspension light drops a floating note of black in front of a pea green kitchen workspace, and green accent chairs challenge white counterparts.
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- Designer: Love Country Design
This modern dining table set makes light contrast with daring dark green dining hutches.
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- Visualizer: Studio VAE
Another room of contrast, this time bringing the green accent to the foreground against a wall of deep burgundy cupboards.
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- Visualizer: DUDES architect
Light green and loaded with natural wood, this is a room for restful reflection.
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- Visualizer: ArtPartner Architects
Graphite grey and teal green issue the same satisfying saturation.
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- Visualizer: Elemental Design
Green and shapely, this room rounds out with smooth painted green sections and curved modern mirrors.
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- Visualizer: VN Studio
Just one piece of furniture can bring the green colour theme to your dining room–especially if it’s one huge bookcase.