Red has been long-established as the metabolism boosting colour that increases feelings of hunger, which is why it’s such a popular choice in food packaging and restaurants. Why not get your family ravenous for their favourite dish with a blast of pulse racing red hues in your very own home? (Or, encourage them to eat your terrible cooking–if they’re hungry enough, they’ll eat it… right?) To help you on your way, we’ve put together a collection of 51 inspirational red dining room ideas. We’ll look at eye-catching red feature walls, red dining room rugs and curtains, and a stack of red dining chairs and red dining table ideas. Bon appetit!
Gallery for 51 Red Dining Rooms With Tips And Accessories To Help You Decorate Yours
Pull together all three primary colours to make a red, blue and yellow colour concoction that brims with youthful confidence. | Architect: Anand Patel Architects.
Prevent your new statement red dining chairs from appearing off-beam by making just a few small colour coordinated additions. Include a red indoor planter, decorative candles, or even some red salt and pepper shakers should do the trick. See some of our favourite red dining room accessories below for more inspiration. | Visualizer: Nakhshab Development and Design.
1. Red fruit Bowl
2. Red Eames shell style dining chairs
3. Stackable metal dining chairs
4. Red salt & pepper shaker
5. Red dining table
6. Red themed art
7. PH 5 Pendant Light
8. Red dinnerware set
9. Shoe wine holder | 52 |.
Quench blazing red elements with a cool grey background. These chunky red dining chairs pack a lot of punch, but a wall of grey storage cabinets bring balance and calm to the space. Natural wood tone is spliced in to forge moments of warm harmony. | Visualizer: Zikzak.
Wage war on boring backdrops with acid yellow allies. This acid yellow kitchen makes a vivid companion for red dining room chairs and dining room pendant lights. Could you ever feel defeated with a mood boost like this? | Visualizer: Ghislaine Viñas Interior Design.
Red metal dining chairs fold flat to hang up on the wall of this unique dining space, close on hand to team up with a ceiling mounted dining table. A red kitchen arrangement, and red accent cushions in the lounge, carry the colour story all the way through the open floor plan. | Visualizer: Marina Grinchuk.
Chic with a shock of red, Gubi Beetle chairs compete for attention with a whimsical gallery wall. Deep red flowers pull the red accent into the table centrepiece, whilst rosy skin tones are depicted in the wall art. | Visualizer: Evgeniya Belkina.
Drop chairs make up a shapely red retro dining set that’s striking even in tight situations, like this dining spot for two. An oversized red pendant light gives the small dining area a sense of cleverly disproportionate grandeur. | Visualizer: DaseinDesign studio.
Run with the rule of three, with a red dining set, a red art wall and a red accessorised sideboard. | Designer: dnca architects.
Add a rip of colour with a red dining bench. In this instance, an illuminated red wall grows behind, under the glow of individual shelf lights. A clean white table and accompanying white dining chairs finish off the ensemble. | Designer: Taylor & Taylor.
Freshen up a red dining room theme with plant greenery, whether it be a jungle of indoor plants, a panoramic view of a green balcony or a selection of botanical artwork. | Visualizer: Lai Studio.
Slick and seductive, red lighting colours a black backdrop and defines the dining set as sculptural silhouettes against its fiery glow. More images of this home here. | Visualizer: Serge Somkin.
Go big or go home: Big on dining room lighting, big on furniture design, and big on colour. This dining room is a triple whammy of bold statements. | Visualizer: Double Aye.
Compose a dramatic red and black dining room design with a sombre black table and wall paint, leaving only red dining chairs to up the tempo. | Visualizer: Angelica Chernenko.
Black and red decor is translated to a kitchen diner combo here, where a light dining island lifts the centre of the scheme. | Visualizer: Liana Nikitina.
Ghost chairs let a superb red dining table take an unobstructed centre stage. A crystal dining room chandelier coincides with the clarity. | Designer: Denise Fernandes.
Bold yet balanced, this red accent dining room is counterbalanced by natural wood tone and beige elements. Unusual furniture silhouettes and joyful art ups the style stakes. | Designer: Tina Seidenfaden Busck.
Roll out the red carpet to add visual heat from the ground up. The rest of the room is a restrained combination of crisp white walls, dark wood stain and black anchors. | Designer: Total Concepts.
Another ruby red dining room rug, this time with a splash of swirling pattern… | Designer: Ghislaine Viñas Interior Design.
… And let’s throw in a circular little number to round off the red rug inspo. | Designer: Pulltab.
Stretch out the impact of red dining chairs with a colour matched table centerpiece. | Designer: William Hezmalhalch Architects.
Soften red infusions with paler pink and blush additions. Drop in baby blue elements to cool down the combo. | Visualizer: Konstantina Beradze.
Colour dipped dining room curtains keep red accents on the down low, whilst the atmosphere up top is airy and light. | Designer: Lambert Home.
Add 3D elements to a flat red feature wall. These quirky red bookshelves put an unusual tilt on this statement wall without disrupting its solid state. A piece of modern art encompasses the aesthetic of the dining room pendant lights. | Visualizer: Anna Marinenko.
Leave it all on the canvas. If red only appears on artwork in the home, then it’s a straightforward swap/sell to change it out for next season’s must have shade. | Via: Dwell.
Bulk out the basics. A minimalist decor scheme of crisp white walls, smooth wood flooring and sharp black trims makes an ideal base for a bold choice of red dining room chairs. | Visualizer: Bogdanova Bureau.
Another spectacular red dining room pendant light, this piece dominates the dining room with its extraordinary scale. | Visualizer: Yevhen Zahorodnii.
Take a simple dining room shelving unit to the next level with a backing of red paint or patterned wallpaper. This example encompasses a fabulous geometric design in three different shades of red. | Designer: Jessica Helgerson Interior Design.
This time it’s two neighbouring reading nooks that have been backed with red, to complement a set of modern red dining chairs. | Visualizer: Andrii Kiiakh.
Keep a lid on the lively colour with a boxed-in banquette seat. Blue accent cushions make a fun contradiction. | Designer: Laura Kirar.
This amazing red dining room chandelier is a piece of Stick art by David Ward of Sticks-n-Stones. Red dining chairs complement the sculptural focal point. | Designer: David Ward.
Vertical colour blocking creates a quirky effect over neoclassical panel moulding or ornate boiserie. | Photographer: Philippe le Berre.
Red notes have been confined to the inside of the moulded panels in this red dining room scheme. Red dining chair cushions take the accent to the table. | Designer: Christy Allen Designs.
Or, go all out Mondrian with cubist blocks of red, yellow and blue, and thick black graphic outlines. | Visualizer: Rustem Urazmetov.
Red is a strong colour, consider horizontal color blocking to dilute its effect whilst still benefiting from the warming hue. | Visualizer: Ilya Ganzha.
A clear glass dining table and neutral dining chairs let bold red walls do the talking. | Designer: InsideWright.
Create movement and energy through your red dining room decor with cubism inspired shelving, and decorate with arty finds. | Visualizer: ATO Studio.
Paint a platform. This red dining area is separated from the adjacent hallway by a painted floor treatment, and a portiere. | Designer: Nonestudio.
Deliciously red and dripping with gold, this modern dining room is steeped in luxe vibes. You can purchase the beautiful black and gold dining set here. | Source: Overstock.
A border around the ceiling line creates opportunity for colour without full commitment. The colour band up top will also accentuate the dining room chandelier. | Designer: Garman Builders.
Go red and regal. Think tall and ornate window frames, huge decorative mirrors, gilded architectural columns and polished red floor tile. | Visualizer: Atmos Visuals.
Alternatively, subtly striped wallpaper and high backed dining chairs give the red and muted green theme a classic air. | Designer: Javore Architects.
Create bright contrast with a wall of red and white stripes… | Photographer: Skenbild Productions.
… Or take the aesthetic to the floor with striped carpet. | Visualizer: Tamara Batsmanova.
With an edge-to-edge red ceiling, keep colour coordinated accessories sparing. | Via: Kelly Elko.
Create your colour story with two tones. This example uses a muted shade of red to tint the walls, whilst a brighter hue is reserved for only the hero pieces in the dining room, kitchen and lounge. | Visualizer: Lai Studio.
Dark red and muted green make an understated and sophisticated low contrast look. Team with a black table and monochrome accessories to nail a slick contemporary finish. | Visualizer: VAE.
This red dining room employs large pieces of artwork to lighten up the look. The paintings are heavy on white accents, which emulates two extra windows in the layout. | Visualizer: Serg Ushakov.
Whether you’re considering a red feature wall or red artwork, this arty focal wall combines both aesthetics. It’s also a fun way to achieve loose zoning in an open plan room like a kitchen diner. | Via: Dwell.
Speaking of zoning, a red ceiling makes a creative way to outline your dining space too. | Designer: PIU Design.
Play favourites. This red dining room is an eclectic selection of favourite pieces, pitched together in a riot of colour. A black and white runner helps connect the mix and match dining set together in the busy scheme. | Via: Lonny.
Red and rounded. For an intimate dining room theme, use solid red decor to cocoon a round pedestal table table and a circular rug. Pierce the colour with a large orb dining pendant light as the bright focal point. | Visualizer: Timur Mitin.