20 Timeless Midcentury Modern Dining Rooms
What comes to your mind when you hear about a midcentury modern interior? Maybe you will think of a mix of traditional styles and new ones, right? But that isn’t the only thing that midcentury spaces showcase. So, what are its distinguishing features? Midcentury modern interiors focus on function and form. It has uncluttered and sleek lines using geometric forms. And nope, you are wrong. You don’t add too many decors in here. Instead, it has minimal ornamentation and it makes use of contrasting materials. Sounds interesting, right? Well, if you still wonder how to achieve a space like this, then this is the list that you need. Previously, we have shown you how midcentury modern living rooms look like. So, you already have the idea. But today, we will give you more inspiration with dining rooms of this style. Check this out: dasMOD An expansive 1950s dining room remodel with white walls and porcelain floors. The splashes of colors here are stunning, especially from the lamp shade by the wall! Meridith Baer Home This 1950s dining room has black walls, light hardwood floors, and beige floors. Pop of green plant looks good with dark wood. Dillon Kyle Architects Notice that this one has wooden chairs around the table except for the end chairs that has a different design. The colors are really nice too! Vivian Johnson Photography If you want a neat looking dining area, why not use the colors they used here? Of course, wood never fails wherever you put it. Staffan Tollgard Design Group If there are many people in the family or you are expecting guests, then use a long sofa for one side like this one for group seating. Klopf Architecture White with dark accent wall looks perfect for this space. It is also nice that it has a tall ceiling with glass doors and windows. The black chairs are a good accent to the dark dining table. Regan Wood Photography Love the color accents in this dining room that looks really great with the hardwood floor and the white walls. I especially love that round mirror, the area rug and the red lighting above the dining table. Design Platform A renovated living room and dining area featuring a see thru fireplace with custom trim surround. Don’t you love the pops of orange in this space? Klopf Architecture People can flow from kitchen to the living / dining room and the deck seamlessly, making the main entertainment space feel unified and complete, and at the same time open and limitless. Blake Civiello Architecture The orange chairs in this picture are fantastic! Love the openness created by the giant window. Brown Design Group A midcentury dining room with an open shelving that serves as the partition of the dining space and the kitchen. You can also see that there is a working area on the side which is a good way to make use of the space. Ponciano Design The orb chandelier in this dining room added appeal to the space as it compliments with the dining table and chairs. One Small Room – OSR Interiors & Building Design Isn’t this a nicely decorated dining room? Apart from the white chairs around the wooden dining table, the floating sideboard and the wall decors are very beautiful. Surfside Projects LLC This dining area has a direct access to a central courtyard of the house. The colors and decors in the space are interesting but I am intrigued with the oval skylight in the courtyard. Such a good way to open up the space! Michelle Lord Interiors A striking dining-kitchen space with wooden features everywhere! And the decors are very lovely like the white drum pendant lights and the mirrors on the wall. This home used eco-conscious products and repurposed furniture while adding more storage and function to the kitchen. Couture Architecture The lighting fixture in this area is a hand blown glass globe that hangs from a custom steel canopy. This allows the lighting fixture to be subtle enough not to intrude on the space. But it still looks strong yet be strong enough to stand up to the powerful views beyond. E. Interiors This is so beautiful with gold accents everywhere! I also love the area rug as well as the addition of plants beside the consoles. Of course, it is also a good idea that they used a farm house table with the modern chairs. The Office of Charles de Lisle A midcentury dining room design with a combination of wood and white. Notice that the table here has flowers and succulents as centerpiece. KRDB The wooden features of the space are highlighted with the yellow lights making the space warm and cozy. The yellow walls also bring more brightness to the area. Dillon Kyle Architects Love the colors and patterns used here which appear whimsical yet sophisticated mixed with natural materials. The brick walls and glass doors and windows are also important features that alleviated the appeal of the space. You can indeed see the beauty of midcentury modern designs in the dining rooms above. While using clean lines, beautiful decors were added to the spaces as well as stunning colors. Although the ornaments are kept minimal, the overall look of the space is still very attractive, warm and inviting. Another characteristic of midcentury style is the usage of different materials like wood, metal, glass and others. Its combination results into a beautiful interior that is not just stylish but also timeless!