The Metal Element – Magical Metal Dining Room

Alston Dining Room by Kincaid

The Alston Collection by Kincaid – A La-Z-Boy Furniture Company
Available at La-Z-Boy Furniture Galleries of Arizona

Every dining room is a blank canvas waiting for the magic of transformation into a beautiful formal space or a wonderful casual gathering spot.

A dining room can become visually heavy with the use of a wood sideboard, hutch, or table and chairs. This is the perfect opportunity to introduce metal into the scheme. Open fretwork and detailing on dining chairs can connect with your chandelier and lighten the feel of your room.

Kincaid Cherry Park Dining Room

The Cherry Park Collection by Kincaid – A La-Z-Boy Furniture Company
Available at La-Z-Boy Furniture Galleries of Arizona

Mixing metals works the best. For years, we felt metals needed to match. Not anymore! For an interesting and dynamic look, pair oiled bronze with rustic or black metals. Brushed nickel and chrome are gorgeous with black finishes.

The Sturlyn Collection by Kincaid – A La-Z-Boy Furniture Company
Available at La-Z-Boy Furniture Galleries of Arizona

Contrast metals with color! This is the perfect opportunity to bring in a unique and fun accent piece. A bombé chest with dramatic metal pulls can add beauty and function. Continue the look with accessories and get creative with wall art, tableware and flatware.

With some thought and effort, this could easily become your favorite retreat. So get out your metal magic wand, and transform your dining room!

Author:

Lourdes Rozean

Interior Designer

Allied Member ASID

Series – The Metal Element 

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