This Valentine’s Day, why not plan dinner in? Give your dining room a makeover to create a charming atmosphere. From shabby chic to modern design, these rooms scream romantic dining room decor.
Deep tones, like this lovely navy, emote romance. Balance the dark colour with pops of teal and gold, throw in a few fresh greens, and you’ll have your very own Valentine’s Day date setting. The best part of this room is that you can mix pieces you already have with a few new items. And can we please talk about those pendant lights?
There’s nothing more romantic than taking some time out of your busy schedule to spend some quality time with the person you love. This table is perfect for everyday use, and this bench seating gives you the chance to get nice and close.
The perfect combination of colours, furniture and accents can create an energized space. This dining room pops with violet accents. When the evening rolls around, it’s the perfect place to dim the lights, light the candles and enjoy a romantic dinner.
This romantic dining room is so whimsical. Romantic chandeliers, furniture that pops, and wallpaper that has character. And we LOVE the plum door!
Let’s just call a dining room what it is: a great space to eat in. This decor calls it like it is. This dining room is the perfect mix of rustic and contemporary. It’s a laid-back space perfect for relaxing with your favourite person.
Romantic dining room decor doesn’t mean you have to set up a formal dining space. Create a space that works for you. This set-up uses a daybed for a romantic seating option.
It’s dramatic. It’s modern. It’s romantic. This room is actually the lower priced option in a high-low decor challenge by Style at Home. You can find out how they created this space, and what the expensive version looks like (we like this one better).
This traditional dining room has some Swedish flare. In the day time it’s bright and airy, and when the evening comes around, this dining room is a polished, romantic space.
The details in this dining room are what make it so romantic. The ceiling, the pendant lighting, and the vast scale of this room. You can draw inspiration from this space by pulling mauve into your own dining room. As a paler purple, mauve still embodies romance and drama, but it adds a certain calmness to a room.
Teal tones bring a charming atmosphere into this dining room. This space transitions well from day to night, giving you the perfect setting for a Valentine’s Day dinner in. (Plus this particular room offers the opportunity for fireside dining).
Voted one of House & Home‘s favourite rooms of 2017, this dining room is the perfect example of a formal dining room. “A modern glass table and chandelier with fluorescent tubes bring the room into the 21st century while plush navy velvet chairs add comfort”.
One of Style at Home‘s biggest design trends for 2018 is soft edges. This arche into the dining space is soft and feminine. You don’t need to reconstruct your dining room doorway to add this trend. Think about your furniture and accent pieces. Adding a few soft edges will mix very well with other elements of your dining room. We love this particular space because it’s cozy, cute and has lots of character.
You may not be ready to spend a February evening in the backyard, but we couldn’t leave this romantic dining space out! When the warmer months roll around, you can still create a romantic space for a date night in. This space is serene and romantic. Add lots of romantic lighting from lanterns, an outdoor chandelier and candles to create a unique atmosphere.