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40 Minimalist Dining Rooms to Leave You Hungry for Style

40 Minimalist Dining Rooms to Leave You Hungry for Style



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Like the kitchen, the dining room is an essential gathering place for any home. Its where families can gather after a long day apart and where guests can break bread with their hosts. The extravagant formal dining rooms of yore that made it difficult to talk to someone at the other end of the table have long since given way to something a bit simpler, where breakfast cereal is more common than a five-course meal. The dining rooms featured here are elegant in their simplicity. The minimalist aesthetic works so well in the dining room because it can create a clear, clean canvas for the tapestry of the next meal that will be shared at the sparse but beautiful table.

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  • Photographer: Jonas Lindström
As with so many minimalist rooms, white will be a popular color palette in the minimalist dining room. In this Scandinavian style dining room, white walls and concrete floors create a bright, airy space in an industrial-style loft.

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  • Visualizer: Home D
Lighting should never be neglected in an dining room — these black dining pendant lights match nicely with the black dining table in this otherwise sparsely decorated room.

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  • Visualizer: Stijn Vereeken
Even taller black chairs like these ones can fit into the minimalist aesthetic, mimicking the lines of the kitchen cabinetry and making the room feel bigger and more open.

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  • Designer: i29 Architects
Minimalist dining rooms do not have to be devoid of decoration. This space has a creative accent wall with a spattering of creative elements yet remains clean and sleek.

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  • Designer: Tierney Conner Design Studio
This cozy minimalist dining room leans towards the Scandinavian style with its ocean blue accent pillows and unique light fixture.

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  • Designer: Paolo Didonè Devvy Comacchio
This tropical-inspired minimalist dining room has a beachy feel from its tile floor to sloped ceiling beams.

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  • Designer: Suzie McAdam
For a more colorful minimalist dining room, consider subtle shades like sage green, which work nicely with this room’s http://amzn.to/2hRQezh. Similar dining pendants are available here.

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  • Visualizer: Volma Graphics
The wood chairs work well in mostly white minimalist designs like this one.

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  • Visualizer: Anastasia Bakurova
Minimalist line art and a statement area rug make this minimalist living room quite artistic.

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  • Visualizer: Metro Cúbico Digital
A statement dining pendant can be a great lighting choice in a minimalist dining room.

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  • Designer: Schlicht Lamprecht
When a large statement dining pendant doesn’t quite work, more subtle pendant lighting combined with recessed lighting can be design-friendly as well as practical. The Eames shell chair is a another stylish addition.

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  • Visualizer: 081 Arch
Many minimalist dining rooms exist in open floor plan homes, which means their subtle color schemes need to mesh with surrounding areas as well — including the kitchen and dining room.

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  • Designer: Arthur Carvalho Vieira
A white tile kitchen and light wood dining set make this minimalist dining room quite simple and chic.

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  • Visualizer: Vüsal Abbasov
Minimalist dining rooms can use creative elements like a chalkboard wall to bring in simple, colorful bursts of personality.

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  • Visualizer: Tesla Studio
The stunning whitewashed floorboards in this minimalist dining room really make the room feel bigger. The dramatic swing arm wall lamp you see here is the Flos Mod 265.

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  • Visualizer: AVG
This dining room just manages to squeak into the minimalist aesthetic with its limited palette and clean lines, but large dining pendants and a huge art piece make this room a bit bolder than some of the others.

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  • Designer: MAArchitects
The white retro dining chairs in the brightly light room are quite interesting.

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  • Visualizer: Inuti
When a dining table butts up against the kitchen counter, an easy flow is created. The linear suspension light helps, too.

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  • Visualizer: Emanuela Berardi
Dark grey is less popular than stark white in minimalist designs, but its a bit gentler than black for a bit of contrast.

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  • Visualizer: Aurélien BRION
This clean dining room is another example of the flooring creating a visual cue for a bigger seeming room.

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  • Visualizer: Daniel Reuterswärd
This cozy dining room with a Drop chair definitely has the feeling of hygge — the Scandinavian idea of utter coziness and relaxation.

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  • Photographer: Jonas Lindström
Picture windows make minimalist design an easy choice because the view does the job of added decorative flourish.

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  • Visualizer: Antonio Rodríguez
Instead of large windows, this dining room has amazing geometric ceilings as its design focal point.

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  • Visualizer: Michal Nowak
The sculpted dining chairs in this modern minimalist black and white dining room have a certain 1980s flair to them.

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  • Visualizer: VN Studio
On the other side of the coin is this rustic-inspired minimalist dining room.

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  • Visualizer: Alexander Korobka
The way that the legs on these dining chairs are exactly parallel to the legs of the dining table is the stuff of a minimalist’s dreams.

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  • Visualizer: Kseniia D
This dark minimalist dining room includes an unfinished wood table as well as a minimalist framed print.

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  • Visualizer: Andi Buftea
Finally, mismatched woods and minimalist furnishings that can expand for company make this cozy dining room a cute and practical choice.


Recommended Reading:
40 Minimalist Living Rooms
40 Minimalist Bedrooms
40 Minimalist Kitchens


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