Dining room decoration in the summer
Would you like a fresh look for your dining room this summer? See these 10 tips at, to make your room fine, from the quick and easy DIY ideas to more ambitious weekend DIY projects.
Cover a wall with a garden trellis. Add a garden party atmosphere in your dining area by creating a trellis that is tailored to fit one or more walls. Finish the look with decorative forms. For an elegant twist to hang a mirror behind the grille.
Create a beach-inspired table cloth on
Accentuate simple white dish with Aqua cups, woven square plates and printed napkins that are bound with string. With rope, a buoy and a cluster of pretty bottles in the middle of the table are decorative. You can fill the bottles with water or lemonade.
Create quick wall art
Do you have a sea-inspired book, you love? Enlarge a few pages and print them in black and white for almost instant wall decor. Simple white or black frames are everything you need – you can complete this project in a single morning.
Paint a simple table with the chalkboard paint – idea by Madison modern home
For this project by Madison modern home was a budget-friendly IKEA table with chalkboard paint coated, which is perfectly transformed into a writable surface for wine and cheese parties. Do you have children at home? A Board table could help to deal with small hands after dinner.
Bring to life with a head of a free corner display
Support a ladder and line the rungs with an assortment of colorful vintage bottles. Fill some with flowers or branches cut off and leave others blank, to catch the light. If you want to use any bottles? Store and show pretty tablecloths on the rungs.
Show sea finds
Collected shells, glass, or Driftwood in a flat wicker basket or a bowl of a simple, chic center set, which all summer long there can remain. Have you found a large piece of driftwood on the beach? After cleaning (you want no bugs on the table!) put him in the middle of the table and surround them with white tea lights.
Beautify a light rope
Wrap the arms of a simple chandelier with rope for a nautical-inspired DIY makeover. To finish the look, add other structural accents, like a woven basket and natural fiber rug.
Try a sheer tablecloth or runner
Give your dining room an airy look by draping your table with a lace fabric. The one shown here was created by simply cutting out a vinyl material. No sewing required!
Set summery juicy plants
Fill glasses or bowls, with a small amount of sand, then you succulent or air put plants inside for an easy summer flower. Add woven placemats and white chair covers, to emphasize the beach atmosphere.
Sea fan or shells can appear in frame or shadow boxes for unique decoration. Use white paper as a background or give your art by wrapping the frame structure with natural linen or jute.
Make your own wall art with views of marine resources