The Mitcham Collection with its retro appeal and industrial style furniture options sizzles in any room, but for the dining room, it is perfection.
A stylish dining room makes for a great family time as well as a great entertaining space. From enjoy coffee on a Sunday morning with the papers to entertaining friends, we’ll show how to get this look using the Mitcham Collection.
The dining table
It is – and should be – the focus of any dining room but the Mitcham oak table is stunningly beautiful with its spider legs, adding a hint of detail but without the fuss. It is a detail ‘to be discovered’ by your guests and one that will be admired.
The dining chairs
Using two tones of leather with the stylish dining chairs is a great way of adding yet more detail but again, without being overly fussy.
The tan and grey dining chairs are the Cleo models, faux leather dining chairs that offer the look and feel of real leather but at an affordable price. Their thin, metal leg frames are an ideal foil to the thicker spider leg of the industrial dining table.
We have other industrial leather dining chairs that offer a similar finish, tan leather being a beautiful colour for the dining room.
The rug acts as a platform for the industrial table and chairs but finding the right colour and shade can be problematic.
The ‘salt and pepper’ colours and effect on the rug in the dining room landscape as highlighted above allows the tones of the brown oak top of the dining table to shine through, setting off the tan and grey leather dining chairs too.
Sticking with the black and white tones, lightly-patterned rugs works a treat in the industrial styled dining room.
This fantastic black and white Louis de Poortere rug is one of our most popular, and ideal with the Mitcham oak industrial dining table.
The industrial sideboard
Just visible with its beautiful corners and slightly raised door panelling detail is the Mitcham industrial sideboard.
Everything should be well-placed and a thought-out addition to the dining room. When using items from the same collection, you are making it easier on yourself in the sense that you don’t have to worry about different shades or tones of colour and finish.
It’s there and it is just enough to lift the interest level – plants.
It is a trend that has made a mark on interior design this year and it works well within eh industrial styled dining room too.
Cluster similar plants on the industrial sideboard or on a display unit, also the perfect addition to the dining room. Or why not ring the changes by placing the slimline but effortless chic console table in the dining room?
Industrial style furniture works well in any room but is fantastic for the dining room. Is this a style that attracts you?