Eat, pray, love: How to style a Scandi-chic dining room

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Eat, pray, love: How to style a Scandi-chic dining room

 

Some of our best memories are created at dining tables – they host family dinners, holiday feasts and more. No matter the shape or size, they play an integral role in the home. If  memories made here are supposed to last forever, it should be the one space everyone wants to be in together. No other style merges functionality and aesthetics quite as well as Scandinavian chic does - here are some ideas.

 

SANDER DINING SET

 

1. Play with size and space. A huge dining table can make a small space feel even smaller, but a smaller table may not fit a cool dinner party of eight. Keep it minimal with just one extendable table. The Sander Dining Table comfortably seats six, and additional extension leafs are available to transform it for extra guests.

2. Add a bench. Take minimalism a step further by incorporating a bench into your dining set. A good alternative to chairs and stools, it provides plentiful seating space and can be easily stored below the dining table when not in use, eliminating clutter. With the Sander Bench’s clean silhouette and narrow shape, it is the perfect addition to any dining set.

3. Add texture through wall decor. Try an accent wall, or long, textured curtains to provide a focal point to the room.
Not only is it eyecatching, but it also imbues a warm sense of coziness. Add in hanging mirrors and plants to add liveliness and fun dimensions.

 

 

A huge dining table can make a small space feel even smaller, but a smaller table may not fit a cool dinner party of eight. Keep it minimal with just one extendable table. The Sander Dining Table comfortably seats six, and additional extension leafs are available to transform the Sander table for dinner parties or family gatherings for up to eight seats. Have the freedom to decide on space and size with an easily extendable table.