Reclaimed wood furniture
This is a great way to start. Warm, rustic, and homely - the minute you add reclaimed wood furniture you're adding a warm and natural texture. Choose a reclaimed wood dining table, the table-top proudly boasts natural markings and undulations from its previous life. The Dorset trestle table is white painted to really embrace a white dining room theme, it's a shining example of minimal style, accessorise the natural finish dining benches with cushions and a small throw to give additional texture to the room. We love to see a pendant light hanging over a dining table, to keep things fresh choose an unobtrusive white one.
Photo featuring: Dorset Reclaimed Wood Extendable Trestle Table
White table linen on a rustic dining table just oozes dining room chic and you can, of course, add an accent colour to mix it up a bit. This is also a great way to link with other coloured elements in the room and keep the coordination going throughout your dining space.
Flowers and houseplants
Houseplants are so popular right now, especially while we have all been staying at home more. Adding pot plants into a crisp white dining space adds an element of nature that not only brightens your room but is also proven to have health benefits. A vase of fresh-cut flowers is another option, choose something seasonal - in summer impressive gladioli or bold sunflowers and in autumn, dahlias can be arranged in a clear glass vase.
Photo featuring: Standford Industrial Reclaimed Wood Extending Table & Bench.
If you don't like too many accessories then you can break up the white by using upholstered dining chairs or faux leather chairs. There are so many different styles and colours to choose from you will be spoilt for choice. You can mix and match benches with white dining chairs and cushions, or add coloured cushions yourself as another way to get some more colour into the room.
Photo featuring: Dorset Reclaimed Wood Chairs
Add contrasting elements
With all this talk about furniture and accessories, we must not forget the floor and the option to add a rug. For example, a green rug in a crisp white room with a rustic dining table and some houseplants will give your room a completely coordinated theme, team this up with a contrasting small armchair in a corner and again you are adding more features and interesting elements to your blank canvas.
Photo featuring: Louis de Poortere Fading World Oyster Green Rug