Balance a palette of leafy colours with delicate floral designs and vintage butterfly prints

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Love this dining room

  • Contemporary and traditional elements work in perfect harmony in this space. Try combining a rustic table with Scandi-style chairs.
  • Define your dining area with a statement rug. A grass-green colour complements the nature-inspired look.
  • Introduce prints featuring flora and fauna with curtains and cushion covers – designs on fabric soften the impact.
  • Don’t be afraid of mixing lots of green shades – just use plenty of foliage to tie the look together.

 

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Good Idea

A sculptural chandelier and baroque-style mirror add a beautifully decorative touch to a dining room.

 

Styling Tips

Just like yellow, citrus greens work best in sunny locations. In darker rooms, stick to serene shades of olive or pistachio, which will suit a wide range of locations.

 Design an elegant display by combining a statement vase, a botanical print and a modern candlestick. Position an empty picture frame behind them for an arty effect.

 

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Trend Watch

Re-create a Victorian orangery with an arrangement of spring blooms inside an antiquestyle birdcage.

 

Classic Look

Style a wooden dining table with fi ne china, a lace runner and a few individual stems in a bottle.

 

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Photography: David Brittain; Penny Wincer

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