If you decorate your living room or dining areas, there are many compositional details and specific style accents to keep in mind. Apart from the trends in furniture, colors and textures (which we have explored in detail in our previous publications), there are also the small artistic details, the choice of materials and the design structures that make up the place.
We’d like to introduce you to some trendy and inspired dining room wall murals that will help you create the home of your dreams with a shot style and unique modern personal charm. Different materials decorative elements clever one from classic wood-marble stone structures to small well-thought-out details such as mirroring plates or vertical g in today’s interior design creativity are no limits. You know you have a dining room wall throwing a look at these beautiful sometimes even breathtaking examples we have chosen.
Most people like to decorate their workspaces with pictures, drawings, and other significant memorabilia, but lately, we are seeing the migration of these colorful buildings, which are called walls of the art gallery – to the dining areas of the house, a fascinating and personal touch that stands out completes the decor of the dining areas. Often the content of this exhibition shows the private interests and passions of the inhabitants of the house. The traditional portraits and still life art compositions are replaced by modern posters from cultural events, book illustrations, graphics or even street art reproductions that reflect current pop culture trends.
For a base of art gallery walls you can use a “virgin” white wall as well as dark or intense colors base. But it is important that the frames of the decoration contrast with the base – black, golden, silver or patina frames are just quite trendy. The dynamic juxtaposition of sizes, shapes and locations is deliberately sought within the confines of the congregation – bringing dynamic excitement and specific character to your art gallery wall.
There are only a few pointers that you can use when assembling your trendy gallery wall: Firstly, it’s important that the content matters to you. It is true that the presence of such a decorative element that combines your favorite prints and feats can instantly enhance the style and value of any room, but also presents it to you and your passions and interests, so it is important for you to do it enjoy – you are the one who has to see it every day.
It is good that there are no limits or special requirements for the size, colors, content or shapes of the various elements of such a gallery composition. You can choose parts that have a common thread – for example, a particular color or an ideological theme. But you do not have to restrict yourself – hurray!
Indeed, dynamics and variety are good clues for mounting such a wall: use a different frame for each piece – if you wish, no limitations in colors or sizes, let your imagination run wild. The only practical piece of advice that you can follow when designing your art gallery wall is that you can hang the largest piece first. Easily position it off-center – so it will not steal the show and dynamically arrange the rest of the pieces around it. Lately, many designers in the décor composition use exterior elements and objects that add extra style and character to the dining room wall art. Do not limit yourself to framed pictures. 3D elements can also be included.
The art collectors enjoy showing their collections in their homes and rooms and the dining area is no exception. These places are usually suitable for all sorts of artistic themes and styles: from human body sketches to large-scale abstract paintings, colorful accents or geometric shapes in contrasting compositions; everything goes. Remember that you should choose a painting or artwork for your dining room that has a positive emotional impact on you. As a rule, the large-format works of art contrast beautifully with the wall on which they are exhibited and provide an excellent visual effect and a characteristic focal point for any decor composition.
Here is a dynamic and simple sketch for a modern and clearly structured decor composition.
Even if you do not hang the large-format artworks properly, the effect is quite acceptable. Along with the rustic pieces of this décor composition, the large paintings naturally sit on the wall and in the corner.
In this contemporary gathering, the large painting brings colorful geometric accent.
The use of wood as organic materials in modern home decor is becoming more and more desirable and trendy every year. This applies in particular to the areas of preparation and preparation of food. Wooden elements can be used in various artistic variations and styles: as a covering, furniture, appliances or the like, this characteristic interior decoration is part of a wall separation construct. Equally large cubic pieces form the scale wall partition structure, which corresponds well with the wood paneling of the floors and the exposed ceiling.
The wood paneling and decorative elements are just as suitable for modern townhouses as for more rustic holiday homes. Wood as a material has many positive and unique features – excellent thermal insulation, it ages gracefully, it contributes to a healthy indoor air quality, literally contains energy and is a sustainable material. In addition to all of this, it is the sheer decorative qualities that add warmth and coziness to any design composition, and can successfully serve as a neutral accent in interior design balance.
As is the case with many old, classic materials and design approaches that make a comeback. Recently, we have seen a high reincarnation trend and an ideological renaissance of wood paneling and design elements. But as with the rest of a retro vibe trend in the contemporary scene, the wood presence in the modern interior decor is refreshed and taken to new heights. Especially trendy and desirable are the pale, smooth woods, which are characteristic for the Scandinavian decors or the Asian, Zen-like minimalism of the expression.
Simple and clean with a strong, unique presence, the wood can have many different uses and appearances. And is always noble, elegant and warm.
Separating large rooms with partial walls and different partitions is a standard technique used by contemporary designers and architects. As a rule, these structures play a double role: as spatial definitions and as decorative elements, part of the inner composition. This is particularly the case when we talk about the dining room – these are often next to the kitchen or the living room and are in these cases particularly refined to achieve a meaningful and artistic layout with precious materials such as stone, wood or metal on decorative Wise.
Here bright and airy wooden lattice, which fits well with the open space exhibition and the simple decor.
Wooden room dividers have many positive qualities – one of which is that the material allows designers to experiment with shapes, transparency and craftsmanship.
In the contemporary interior design scene, the 3D panels are often used to spice up the room and enhance the character. They often present specific geometric patterns that add depth and dynamism to the modern decoration of dining halls. For maximum impression, they should only be used on one wall (usually the closest to the dining table) or as a partial decoration.
The 3D Wall Panels are a creation of modern technology and trends, and they are often inspired by the abstract style (in architecture and art) with its random geometric figures and silhouettes. They give any dining room composition a contemporary character, a great way to break through the monotone appearance.
This is characteristic and above all familiar and uses a decorative element that is very flexible in its diversity. There are so many different variations when it comes to introducing a mirror in your dining room composition: Variations in shape, size, framing style: their use provides freedom and allows imaginative play.
From using vintage wood frame mirrors to minimalist modern frameless mirrors, from mirror-clad walls to sleek, understated accents, the variations can be endless – just experiment and… play well.
With their reflective properties, the mirrors can become a functional complement to the decor composition, which makes the space appear larger than its actual size. They also bring individual style and glamor into their environment and can appear in many artistic forms as a jewel to a fashionable outfit.
When it comes to luxurious and natural materials that can be used as trim and focus accents in the décor of the dining area, marble is the undeniable favorite. Stylish and luxurious, this material introduces a class to any room in which it is present. Its natural texture and presence has a specific graphic tread that can vary in character and intensity. The beautiful texture also brings smoothness, glamor and color variety: from white to almost black in nuances and look – from warm to chic, from solid to ethereal. It’s always good to have plenty of choice.
Marble has made a modern comeback in the world of interior design. However, the key to keeping the trend fresh is in small doses – accents and statement pieces – rather than in amounts that overwhelm the eye. In this case, less is infinitely more.
Another material that is strongly represented in the trendy décor composition is the stone – but rather applies to the design of holiday homes and villas. Traditionally used as an exterior paneling or architectural construct, the stone pervades the homes in the 50-ts and 60-ts as architects begin to use it as a paneling of dining rooms or around the fireplaces in the living spaces.
And although this material has a more rustic and rough character, its natural qualities and organic presence can compete with the use of materials such as wood and marble. Its heat-regulating properties, its natural look and the great variety of colors, shapes and textures make it a wonderful choice to bring a character and a unique charm into a wide range of casual dining ideas. In the examples we have chosen – from the luxurious luster of the first to the crude construct of the last – the stone shows its timeless and stylish character.
So a stone wall can be perfect for your dining room assembly: it’s functional, it does not age, it’s stable, it has a reach tradition in its use and as we mention – it does not limit your imagination when it comes to colors: from red to black, from warm to neutral textures. Take a look at these stone rooms… and maybe you will find what you are looking for.
If not stone, why not brick? The ceramic material has also been further developed and reinvented: from simple, constructive material, it becomes an aesthetic presence in modern dining room decoration and trendy new prospects. The brick construction goes very well with metal frames, large glass showcases, industrial lighting solutions and contemporary vibes.
Almost a century-old tradition of decorating the walls of dining halls not only makes a strong comeback, but also an artistic development: from a conglomeration of similar objects on shelves and walls, it becomes a piece of contemporary art that provokes experimentation and creativity.
The plate decors can be very entertaining and in a wide variety of expressions – in the range we present to you, the first example creates an illusion of framing, a collection of plates – and brings them closer to painting.
In the second, there are no frames just a small collage of different sizes and patterns.
The next is fascinating with its contrast of simple whites on a black base. And when speaking of contrast – a dynamic tension can be created, even if there is no juxtaposition – the white plates on white wall prove it. The possibilities are unlimited – just enjoy.
The best part of decorating your dining room wall with plates is that you do not need a specialist, fashion designer or craftsman. or memorabilia of your travels, or just patterns and art that you enjoy. All you need is the right choice that represents your vision: the color, theme, theme or memorabilia of your travels, or just the patterns and art you enjoy. The assembly is also guided by your sense of style and craftsmanship – the round shape of the plates is optional, but also very modest (you can group them together without worrying when they are straight). And bonus – creating a collection of plates that will become a decorative element in your home can be pretty fun.
This is usually the most common and preferred choice for decorating your dining room. Wallpapers and murals offer great variety, quick completion and relatively inexpensive solutions. The latest trend shows that many well-known designers are experimenting with the creation of artistic wallpaper and murals: they play with texture, imitate marble or wood, they create a handmade work of art, they “copied” natural patterns of flowers and plants – everything is a challenge, everything is possible in the world of art murals and modern wallpaper themes.
This is one of our favorite ways to decorate a dining room wall – perhaps because it’s difficult to create and maintain it, but above all because it gives each room a unique, fresh spirit and vitality. There are many trendy designer projects and stunning examples of green walls in the dining area. Just choose, but remember – being a living thing that you introduce into your home arrangements requires careful planning and constant care. But the benefits are so many: the health implementations, the fresh emanation and air purification and even fantastic choices for your kitchen; if you incorporate some spices into the plant composition. Not to mention the incredible aesthetics of a fresh green wall in your design montage.
And we have a creeping suspicion that the furnishings are literally getting greener and greener. Many scientific types of research show that extensive green living in homes drastically reduces energy costs, filters toxins in the air, and promotes natural ventilation. And besides, they are just so pretty and… well… of course.
As you can see, the possibilities to decorate your dining room wall are endless, you just need inspiration, creativity and creativity. Enjoy!