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Dining Rooms are the place where the family gathers around after a long day. The way we live does not give us much time to spend with our families, so dinner is a sacred opportunity for most families.
Dining Rooms are a set-apart space intentionally designated for lingering over good food and conversation with family and friends. This room should be as functional for the everyday meal as well as for formal occasions, or a birthday celebration.
Kitchens are one of the most fundamental rooms in the house: not only should they be highly functional but also beautiful and a welcoming place to gather around and reminisce.
It can be the division of the house where most memories can be created and family recipes can be passed on. The way to the heart is through the stomach, so the kitchen is the place where the magic happens.
The Classic Style has a timeless and aesthetic appeal, that provokes a nostalgic feeling. This dining room has the AGRA Dining Table, the rug Agatha by Rug’Society, the NAICCA Wall Light and the BOURBON Dining Chair.
With origins in France, the House of Bourbon was a dynasty known for its class and splendour. BOURBON Dining Chair embodies this grandeur through its button-tufted inner back, rich cotton velvet and ash with walnut stain legs. This fabric chair makes up any refined dining room design.
Contemporary Style encompasses a range of styles developed in the second half of the 20th century. Products feature softened and rounded lines as opposed to the stark lines seen in modern design. Interiors contain neutral elements and bold colour, and they focus on the basics of line, shape and form.
Zulu is the largest ethnic group in South Africa and the one who inspired the ZULU Counter Stool. Fully upholstered in cotton velvet, this button tufted dining chair is full of personality, making it an unforgettable chair design whether the dining room decor it is placed in.
Eclectic style is a mix of high and low, rugged and luxed, bold and quiet. SIKA Armchair, BOURBON Dining Chair and MAYA Armchairs with its pastel colours, harmonises the neutral background colour. The AGRA II Dining Table is an impressive display of craftsmanship and elegance. The HORUS II Suspension Light shines bright with its structure in matte black lacquer brass and shades in crackle glass.
Sika is a deer specimen rooted in Japan whose strength and elegance inspired SIKA Armchair. The most distinctive features of this wing chair are the button detailing on the inner back, the nailhead trim and the brass details of the arms. That is why SIKA high-back chair fits a strong living room set.
The Mid-Century Style has a unique design and items that draw inspiration from different shapes and colours. It combines white or neutral colour walls with colourful accent furniture, giving an elegant and elevated feel to a room. The image above has the KOI II Dining Table, AURUM Suspension Light, ZULU Dining Chair, Oscar by Rug’Society.
Koi carp is a recurring symbol of Japanese culture. Its natural colour mutations reveal their capacity to adapt, just like KOI II Dining Table. Featuring a base in aged brass and a top in acrylic, this rectangular dining table will add refined elegance to any dining room design.
Modern is a broad design term that typically refers to a home with clean, crisp lines, a simple colour palette and the use of materials that can include metal, glass and steel. Modern design employs a sense of simplicity in every element, including furniture. Perfect examples of this are the Nº20 Counter Stool and the SAKI Pendant Light.
Symbol of knowledge and rebirth, Nº20 Counter Stool was raised through a long journey of 24 prototypes. This fabric chair, upholstered in twill and with legs in ash with walnut stain matte varnish, features a nailhead trim that adds subtle sophistication. Full of strength and determination, it is sure to impress.
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