Difference is interesting and needn’t be radical in any way. Providing you choose furniture that’s classic and well-designed, it’s surprisingly easy to mix and match different styles without it looking confused. In that final image, you’ve got our Buckland bench seating (see our kitchen brochure for more details on Buckland) painted in Lily, mixed with our Harrogate dining chairs painted in Fog. Two different styles of furniture in two different colours too. Plus, they’re being used within a very contemporary setting – another point of difference – and yet it all works.
Don’t forget, you can bring in matching elements through accessories so you have some parts of your dining room that match quite clearly. Just like how we’ve used symmetrical vases on the dining table and a series of prints from the same collection and in matching frames on the wall behind.