If you often complain about how tiny your space is, these small dining room design ideas will make you completely forget about it. It turns out that with the right layout styling, color choices, and suitable themes, you can make the most out of the tiniest space and transform it into a charmingly stylish dining space at home.
From highlighting the ceiling with pendant, pushing forward the coastal décor, to embracing the Victorian style, you will find out which one matches your taste and budget the most. Don’t get discouraged, let’s check out our long list of the small dining room designs below.
The combination of green chairs that round the table and Chinese pottery on it breathe a lively color in this small dining. The color scheme is pretty neutral in the living room, and the blue accent wall starts the colorful transformation. While green takes over the spotlight, the blue knows how to stand out on its own.
When your house is designed in marine themes, make sure to put many coastal décors in the dining room too. Since blue is the color of the sea, choose it as the main color that covers the wall and the dining chairs. The addition of wooden elements as décor and flooring truly strengthens the design.
With white taking over the whole small dining room scene, the contrasting color and wall art look even more prominent. Look at how the wall act as a perfect background for four vibrant-yellow minimalist chairs and the edgy wall décors that fill in its emptiness.
Carving a dining room out of a small space in the kitchen wouldn’t be a problem anymore when you have woven chairs in front of the display shelves. Since the interior is mostly dominated by white color and wooden elements, both of them are inevitably stand out.
Here is another beach style theme for small dining with a fireplace as the highlight. Beach style can be made soft and minimalist too, even exude calming and relaxing charm as this one. However, pay attention to the must-have element, such as blue and wood, that define the style.
Set your small dining apart from others by having a very fluffy bench as accent seating. Embraced in a serene mid-century modern layout, the dining area is framed with a colorful rug below while not losing its identity with the plain square table.
Pushed away in the corner, this small dining room has a wall full of framed art. An empty wall is a flaw to your stylish nook space, so you can fill it up with the various sizes of framed artwork with matching colors. The green lime chairs steal the spotlight in this cozy space for two.
A floor-to-ceiling window is a savior for this small, farmhouse-style dining corner, which is attached to the kitchen island. The exposure of natural lights helps the space to look wider than it actually is, outlining its clean and firm lines perfectly.
To make your small dining area looks brighter, all you need is an abundance of lightings – both naturally and artificially. Placing the chair and table set by the window is an excellent choice since plenty of light will shine upon it. Thus, all you need is choosing vibrant-colored furniture to light up the mood.
Having a magical touch that makes your small dining room looks bigger, this minimalist pastel design is definitely a must-try! While it actually consists of many colors, their soft shades match each other very well, resulting in a charming space that pushes your appetite up!
When one is not enough, use three pendant lights for one single small dining area. Instead of making it looks cramped, the hanging pendants give a charming touch to the design. The polished finish adds an element of luxury, but not too much, so it doesn’t overwhelm the minimalist layout.
If you want to add some colors to the small dining space, put the words into action by adding a pair of colorful pillows. On the far corner in a nook between the large cupboards, the pattern-rich pillows strengthen the playful vibe of the interior.
Two-persons dining room in a small space couldn’t be more private than this. Utilizing the area under the stairs, this minimalist dining table set has a subtle charm you can’t take your eyes from. From the half-circle table to the metal-framed chairs, each thing matches well with another.
If you tend to be careful about your small-space dining area, go bold with fully-patterned wallpaper in black and white for a quirky look. More than that, this dining room also has a refreshed look with the lime green window treatment and the greenery on the table.
When you utilize some empty space and turn it into a small dining room, you have to make the area more definitive with this round area rug. It is also interesting that the table and chairs come in matching wooden material as the flooring. The white wall and ceiling work as a perfect background as well.
Here is another good idea to highlight the small dining room with an area rug. This time, it’s even more charming since the rug is made of animal hide. Also, the combination of different colors used for the furniture, wallpaper, and rug create a strong, unique vibe in the room.
There is one thing worth noting in this dining area that takes a small corner in the kitchen: the wooden sliding door partition. When the door is closed, it can work as an accent wall that strengthens its farmhouse style. It’s also a good thing to place the chairs and table near the window so that the natural light will brighten up space.
In this neutral-toned dining room in a small corner, you can make it stand out by giving treatment to the table using a tablecloth. However, to make a harmonized design, pick a tablecloth in matching color with the overall theme.
Sometimes, not having a distinct feature can make a small dining space stand out – such as this set of unique chairs. Without having to add vibrant colors and too many patterns, the combination of wooden flooring and white wall and furniture create a peaceful minimalist look.
Even a grand Victorian-style can keep up with a small dining room. Taking up the connecting area of the open space, the pair of chairs and a rounded table come in matching style and color with the overall design. The large potted plant above the table livens up the mood in the subtle-colored interior.
In this not-too-small dining area, the stylish look is finished off perfectly by the large statement wall art and candle centerpiece. The wall accent in a darker and different tone than the rest makes it effortlessly prominent against the white wall.
A creative way to maximize the small window nook in the house is to transform it into a stylish dining room. Look at the color harmonization as well, using soft pastel green for the sofa, pillows, and window treatments.
A small dining room driven from nature, the big wooden log bench steals the spotlight right away. The quirky-looking natural seating adds a stylish element to the design.