Plush, upholstered white chairs with nailhead trim pair with French country wood chairs in this beautiful, neutral dining room. A zebra area rug covers the dark hardwood floors, while a contemporary chandelier illuminates the chic space.
In the dining room, eclectic details such as the Asian inspired statues and and interesting bowls blend with Midcentury Modern furniture, such as the buffet and the light fixture, to create a bright, elegant Eclectic-Midcentury Modern design.
Yellow paint wraps the walls of this traditional and eclectic dining room with a wooden table and six chairs atop an orange and gray area rug. A contemporary light fixture with brass accents hangs in the center of the space beside a rustic wooden hutch.
The rich neutral tones and texture of the upholstered window cornice accent the beautiful view outside this transitional dining room. The glass table base and top reflects natural light, maintains openness in the room and provides maximum visibility of the lovely dining chairs and exquisite heirloom rug.
With a little help from an area rug, those soft pinks and blues continue into the dining room. At the same time, walls of windows fill the space with natural light and ensure that it stays airy and bright.
Let it be known that pink accents can work wonders in a formal dining room. Here, two pink chairs instantly brighten the neutral walls -- though their Chinoiserie-inspired print ensures that they still look sophisticated -- while a saturated pink area rug brings some warmth to the hardwood floors.
This open concept dining and living area has plenty of natural light thanks to large, modern windows and doors. An animal hide rug adds a warm, natural element to the room, while acrylic dining chairs create a cool, edgy feel.
It's the accessories that elevate the neutral look of this lovely dining area: a linen table runner, the simple elegance of the flatweave rug. Over the table, a chandelier brings a welcome golden glow.
Understated elegance is the name of the game in this neutral dining room. A round rug in the same earth tones as the rest of the room grounds the design and creates a cohesive feel with the dining table and chairs.
If you prefer your area rug be placed in front of the couch, it should run the same width (or a little longer) than the couch. For a more interesting look, you could try placing the rug at an angle in order to anchor the space.