Add flexibility. Short on space? This furniture can be easily rearranged to create a dining room or a living room.
Create a cozy corner. Here is another great example of a flexible living space. Pushing a sofa against the wall and adding a pedestal table and a pair of shell chairs turns a potentially wasted corner into an intimate dining space.
Keep a clear view. If your dining room is open to other rooms, put a high-backed loveseat on the opposite side to keep things open and make the space feel larger.
Add modern style. To make the slide-in easier, skip the arms and use a more lightweight sofa. This long, armless contemporary sofa is a great partner for the chairs across from it and keeps the lines of the room clean and modern, letting the unique dining table base get all of the attention it deserves.
Add an accent color. This high-backed loveseat adds a big burst of peacock blue to the dining room scheme and works well with the artwork above it.
Add texture. There's a nice contrast between these rattan chairs and this elegantly upholstered dining settee.
Add print to the mix. The fabric on this loveseat complements the dining chairs.
Play with scale. This vast dining room might have swallowed a normal-size table and chairs, so the designer used a large table, two pairs of loveseats and a pair of large wingback chairs to fill the space properly. The result is an unexpected, eye-catching success.
Likewise, these dining benches add their own fun cursive print to this dining room. Also note that they have wood arms and trim in contrast to the fully slipcovered dining chairs – the designer pulled off a great balancing act here.