Having patterns is something that not all people can do, especially more permanent patterns like in the wall and floor. However, patterns have its own charms. It can make the room more interesting. It makes the room livelier. Having patterns in the social rooms like dining room can create merrier vibe. These below are ten stunningly gorgeous dining rooms with patterns that will add more fun in meal time.
This dining room is decorated by stunningly gorgeous tiles on the floor. These tiny tiles are not only colorful but also arranged in a beautiful patterns. The dining chairs are in the matching colors to the tiny floor tiles.
Tiles on the Wall
Adding patterns can be gained from the floor and or wall. This one here uses both floor and walls to generate patterns. With neutral green and white floor tiles, the patterns are subtle. But with small tiles on the wall with bigger patterns, the combination that the wall and floor give is more prominent.
Patterned Floor Tiles
The pattern on the floor in this one is already painted on the tiles. And it is an interesting thing to have such a bold and rather exotic patterns on the floor of a modern dining nest.
On the Wall and Rug
If you only think about patterns recently, you can add patterns in the easiest way: putting some pretty wallpaper and adding rug. In this one, you can see the combination of rug and wallpaper creates an incredible look to the dining room.
On the Shade and Chair
This one here is also a nice trick if you want to add patterns in you room without making renovation. You can add patterned furniture like dining chairs here and add matching shade on the wall.
Similar to the previous one, this one also adds flowery pattern on the chair to bring lively and sweet vibe to the room. While the previous one adds some patterns, this one here stays in one set of dining chairs that it can maintain the elegant look overall.
Modern Open Room
On modern open kitchen and dining room, this pattern on the floor looks complementing. While making the room more interesting, the geometrical pattern supports the modern vibe in the room.
Minimalist Upper Side
When you want to go minimalist but you’re worried you’d get bored, adding a simple geometrical floor pattern can make the room lively. The combination of minimalist upper side of the dining room balances the patterned floor tiles.
This one here has an interesting floor tiles. It has the crooked and jagged look where broken tiles are combined together. It brings calm from the idea of reusing. And the neutral color is a great match for the open room.
For geometric pattern, hexagon tiles are most popular. It has more square that it can make the room more interesting. This one here uses three colors to create an interesting look. Combined with dark green wall and cabinet with red and pale colored door makes the overall look really joyful.