What’s your Dining Room Style?

Just popping in on this freezing Friday (I hope it’s warmer wherever you live!) for a fun final party prep post this week.

Dining tables and chairs make a huge impact on the style of the room because of their size.  And, if you want to carry that style into your party planning take cues from their lines, shapes and colors to create a tabletop that really showcases what you love most about your design style.  I’m featuring 6 gorgeous dining room tables and chairs in different styles to show you how it works!

All of this gorgeous furniture comes from Dutchcrafters, a company that sells only Amish-made furniture…who knew it came in so many styles?!

I hope this post helps you think about how you can use the style of your dining room furniture to create the perfect tabletop design!

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Contemporary: Chair | Table | Plate | Napkin | Flatware | Table Runner Vase
Mid-century: Chair | Table | Plate | Napkin | FlatwareTable Runner | Candlesticks
Eclectic: Chair | Table | Plate | Napkin | Flatware | Table Runner | Vase
Asian: Chair | Table | Plate | Napkin | Flatware | Table Runner | Vase
Art Deco: Chair | Table | Plate | Napkin | Flatware | Table Runner | Cup
Transitional: Chair | Table | Plate | Napkin | Flatware | Table RunnerGlass Decanter

 

Dutchcrafters also sells dining room tables and chairs in more traditional, country, queen anne, shaker, rustic and mission styles…check their website for their amazingly diverse selection!  And, if you’re unsure which style you like, check out their page on furniture styles or their guide to picking the perfect dining room chair.

Posting will be sporadic next week as our family arrives to celebrate Thanksgiving, but I will be posting last-minute party prep ideas on Instagram if you’re interested!  Thanks for reading!

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