Shop The Design Board: Transitional Mid-Century Modern Dining Room

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I love a transitionally designed space. One that bridges that gap and combines different styles – modern and traditional, mid-century and minimal, etc. It’s the perfect direction to go when your home doesn’t have a consistent theme, and you’re hoping to weave a common thread throughout your decor.

I’ve been eyeing that circular bar cabinet ever since I saw it in the Architectural Digest video tour of Hilary Duff’s home on YouTube. It’s just SO good and the kind of furniture piece that is a statement all its own. Traditional bar carts can really get up there in cost, so I like to search for other occasional furniture pieces that can serve the same purpose, but give a similar look – console tables are great!

I love the subtle green color of the dining chairs, and it’s a great color to sprinkle in if neural is more your thing (but want to start branching out!). Pulling a hue out of your rug is another great way to introduce some color and keep things looking cohesive.This dining room is one I would totally put in my own home! Pairing modern, clean lines with hints of mid-century modern and minimalist touches, I can see this look pairing well with lots of different decor styles.

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