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As we venture into helping people style their spaces this season, we are finding the Dining Room is on the top of a lot of people's lists. We know, one thing that can be really difficult for some is to narrow down exactly what they should get within a sea of options. After all, a new dining set often isn't cheap, and when you find the right one is totally worth every penny, transforming your space into something new.
We have been on that journey in our own home, and understand how exciting, stressful, and important a large furniture purchase can be. Don't worry - we are here to help. Whether revamping your Dining Room furniture is on the top of your list now, or you haven't really thought about it, we have already done some of the leg work for you. Here, we are offering up our top picks at what we feel are very reasonable prices (Thanks to Wayfair), in some of the most popular trends. Check out our groupings below for Modern, Farmhouse, and Traditional Classic styles.
MID-CENTURY MODERN STYLES
The Mid-Century Modern styles look even sleeker in person, and aside from achieving a modern look in your space, these styles are often the best choices for smaller spaces or dining nooks with their minimalist lines. One of the sets above (the top right one) is actually from All Modern - a sister site of Wayfair that offers up great Modern furniture styles.
To be fair, we are biased here, the Farmhouse look is currently our favorite trend right now and closest to the style we have in our dining area. Not to mention this is still a really hot trend that does not look to be fading anytime soon. The farmhouse look is perfect for houses with open floor plans that have big families or casual entertaining. The look exudes cozy warm feelings, but can instantly be stepped up to a more formal look with some clean simple accessories.
For a more formal selection you could go with a Traditional or Classic look. Please make sure you read the product info carefully though, as I noticed a lot of these choices are purposely distressed to give a vintage or antiqued look, but it is hard to see that detailing in a photo. These sets are often more expensive with the cloth covered chairs and larger heavier tables, but again well worth the purchase here, especially if you are re-styling your dining room and entertain a lot.
As always, all opinions are our own, and we strongly suggest you check out Wayfair for your dining room's new look!