Formal Dining Rooms
In these busy times, the need to relax and make time together is becoming more of a priority. For this reason, the formal dining room is making a big comeback in 2016.
The gathering place for elegant dinner parties and casual family meals. Today’s dining rooms should be just the right mix of elegance, comfort and fun.
Bring nature inside and make a statement by mixing a gorgeous one-of-a-kind Live Edge dining table with a Live Edge dining bench and upholstered chairs in a beautiful fabric. Imagine gathering with friends around a table made of the wooden planks from a decommissioned Chinese Boat... a table that encourages great food, conversation and spilled wine.
We carry a wide range of dining tables from formal to rustic and everything in between! Come into Luxe and let us show you our favourite dining tables. We know you will find one that you can start making memories around. Pictured above is the Axel dining table by Timothy Oulton.
The Martini Table
With the resurgence of the Cocktail Hour, comes the cocktail table. These small, very portable tables are perfect for moving around your room as needed. Pictured below are the Man & Woman tables from Global Views.
Mixed metals in tables, mirrors, lights and accessories - anything goes as long as it's metallic. Mixed metals create a glamorous and sophisticated look. The trick with using metallic pieces and mirrors in a single space is to mix them with different, softer textures to balance them out. Pictured below is a beautiful two tone table lamp by Arteriors.
The Softer Side of Colour
After several years of bold colour choices, Pantone has chosen not one, but two colours for 2016. Serenity blue and rose quartz serve as an expression of mood and an attitude. Pantone’s news release describes the colors as “inducing feelings of stability, constancy, comfort and relaxation,” and argues that they “create balance in a chaotic world.” Image below curtesy of Pantone.
Statement Bathroom Mirrors
Say good-bye to boring bathroom mirrors. Think large wood-framed mirrors and ornate vintage gems that boost style in a bathroom. Pictured below is the Axel mirror by Timothy Oulton.