White dining works for both classic and modern styles. We like this in theory, but in reality we are just too happy with color (and changing up our colors) to make this a practice. If you prefer to let your food and guests color a room, check out these expert ideas for all white dining:
Classic Kitchen via Domino: The airy, beach-house vibe of the all-white palette and the checkerboard floors undercuts the potential formality of the extra-long dining table and the Chippendale-inspired chairs. An armchair and industrial lamps overhead further defy expectations.
Monochrome at Home via Dwell: This all-white kitchen, which remodelista discovered in Danish furniture designer Fritz Hansen's catalog, is warmed up by long windows, bleached wood, and taupe countertops.
African Pastoral via Domino: The dining area reflects the Marrians' love of casual all-white decor; one of David's landscapes hangs on the wall.
A Room with Two Hues via Country Living: In this mostly white color scheme, a few dark elements add sophistication to a simple room plan.
A Room with Two Hues: Romantic via Country Living: Creamy hues both cool and warm create a soothing effect when layered. Although white dominates, tole-painted florals, pale blue walls, and green pears add a pretty, romantic touch.