47+ Scandinavian Dining Room Design: Ideas & Inspiration

Scandinavian Dining Room – If you haven’t yet over dosed on the Scandinavian style, with our 47 Scandinavian living rooms post, we invite you share a meal with simplicity in these Scandinavian-inspired dining rooms from around the world.

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First up is this mismatched visualization from Perfect Design. The big, bright room is hardly filled giving it a bohemian ease that’s common in Scandinavian design.

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For a more traditional

 design take, look no further than this living room with perfectly matched dining set and lovely whimsical light fixture.

Image Source: home-designing.comFor a space that requires a few more seats, this open floorplan dining room fits the bill. Caged lighting and polished floors add a modern element.
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Black and white is a striking choice in this pitched roof dining room.

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White Eames-inspired chairs will be a theme throughout these dining rooms. But it makes sense, because they are a truly timeless design.

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A small dining table with pastel chairs is tucked underneath a staircase in this two story space.

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The molded chairs in this smallish dining room are a cool, mod element in an otherwise unadorned room.

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More Eames chairs provide a lovely and simple backdrop for the quirky art choices in this dining room visual.

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The simple wood chairs and white walls are completely aligned with the Scandinavian aesthetic.

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This open loft space with lots of white and a few bright pillows and rugs is an artsy Scandinavian dream come true.

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You don’t need a huge space to celebrate the Scandinavian style as evidenced by this four person table.

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The bright yellow dining chairs in this open loft space provide a lovely, modern contrast with the black, white, and wood palette.

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These pretty pastel modern dining chairs add some unique feminine flair to this simple dining design.

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In an urban loft, no dining space is complete without these chairs. The placement of the table between the two oversized windows is also soothing in its simplicity.

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The forest green accents in this dining room serve to bring the outdoors inside.

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Tending a bit more towards contemporary design than Scandinavian-specific, this dining room still has some of the essential simplicity.

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White on white is not always easy to pull off, but with just a bit of wood and some splashes of yellow, it works.

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A dark black wall absorbs a lot of light in this open dining room.

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The cathedral windows in this space become a bit less dramatic with the simple furniture choices.

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In this space, industrial elements like polished concrete are softened by natural wood and neutral tones.

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The diamond-shaped light fixtures and striped dining table are a bit quirkier than some of the other Scandinavian designs.

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The wood paneling and natural wood table are the best instances of Scandinavian style here. The space manages to make the sunken room feel bright and airy as possible.

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An industrial bent comes into this particular dining room in the form of

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A round dining table is a bit unconventional but works here as a gather space for both dining and working.

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A shining copper dining pendant light fixture takes center stage in this artistic dining space.

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In another industrial-style space, white and wood warm things up a bit.

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Skylights and vaulted ceilings dwarf the dining table in this spacious room.

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An indoor, vertically mounted herb garden is not essential for Scandinavian style, but the affinity for the natural is certainly on point.

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The mismatched dining chair aesthetic is not only artistic, it is certainly aligned with the ideal of functionality.

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In a twist on the mismatched chairs, these match in color (rich black) but not in shape.

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An eat-in kitchen gives this space a truly homey feel.

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The white dining room and furniture here stand in sharp contrast to the rich flooring and ceiling support beams.

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This dining room is ultimately conservative but quite romantic.

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A cool, simple color palette is all this dining room needs to be completely stylish.

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This simple dining room has a playful flair in the form of colorful light fixtures and art.

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The oversized light fixtures make this two story dining room feel cozier.

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The rich wood flooring in this small dining area certainly draws attention.

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Open shelving encourages fastidious organization, which is certainly a Scandinavian ideal.

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This is certainly towards the funkier end of Scandinavian style with its colorful art and, yet again, the Eames-style chairs.

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There is something beautifully simply about the bright yellow color in this white dining room.

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The use of bench seating in this dining area makes for a sweet and welcoming space. The dining pendant light used here is the Ikea Stockholm pendant.

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The flow of this open floor plan is spectacular.

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There’s no mistaking the Scandinavian influence when it comes to the creatively tiled floor here.

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The dining set is the star here with its oversized table legs and ultra simple chairs.

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The dining set is the star here with its oversized table legs and ultra simple chairs.

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More industrial options in this stark, dark loft.

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A tiny round table is perfectly enough with a breakfast bar for spillover.

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Beautiful wood tells of the importance of the natural, carefully chosen materials in Scandinavian design.

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Sweet pink walls and wainscoting turn this dining room into more of a Victorian riff than Scandinavian simplicity.

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The primary colors in this space are perfectly fun and functional.

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