5 trendy lighting ideas for a warm, welcoming dining room
Have you heard about the restaurants where you can dine in complete darkness from appetizer to dessert? It’s a fascinating experience that everyone should try at least once. But living and eating in the dark day after day seems more like a nightmare. A well-lit kitchen or dining room area where you can chat with your guests and see what you’re eating is much more enjoyable.
Here are 5 trendy lighting ideas for a warm, welcoming and well-lit dining room.
If you’re thinking about redecorating your dining room and kitchen, check out our article Best lighting for a kitchen to shed more light on the issue!
1. The versatility of rattan
This natural material, incredibly popular in 70s and 80s decors, has been making a comeback for a few years now. A natural or black rattan pendant light can give a variety of dining room decor styles a lift (vintage, Scandinavian, boho or modern).
2. The queen of lampshades
A pendant lampshade is a beautiful addition to your decor. Whether you opt for one or several, this fixture will help create a warm and friendly space. Good lighting just may help you win your next card game!
3. Luster and luxury
A dining room with a crystal chandelier is the ultimate in opulence. Is a beautiful crystal fixture your idea of the perfect focal point for a room? Show your love for the lavish and bring a touch of class to your evenings.
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4. Stylish ceiling lights
There is no shortage of dining room lighting styles out there: industrial, retro, farmhouse, boho or Scandinavian—the choice is yours!
an industrial look: opt for metal and black.
a retro look: try glass and spheres.
a farmhouse look: black fixtures and visible bulbs work well.
a boho look: go for rattan or another natural material.
a Scandinavian look: white and light wood shades are perfect.
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5. Putting fixtures in the best light
A more understated look for accessories, chairs, tables or dining room benches need can better offset a grandiose, impressive and original lighting fixture. Be bold!