These Small Dining Room Interiors Prove That Size Doesn’t Matter

These Small Dining Rooms in Malaysia Prove That Size Doesn’t Matter

Charmaine Kon by Charmaine Kon on Sep 20, 2017
Why you should care

Take a cue from these beautiful dining rooms and see how they use clever design to optimise space.

12 Malaysian dining room designs that are great for apartments and smaller homes.

If you don’t have a dedicated room for a dining table, fret not. These interiors prove that you can use wide hallways, kitchens, and smaller dining furniture to create a dining space!

Use a bench instead of chairs for narrow spaces.

A built-in bench by the wall saves a lot of space and makes for a modern dining room.

Keep your dining room colours light and bright to create an illusion of depth. This also makes for a modern interior.

Use convertible or multi-purpose furniture whenever space is a premium.

No dedicated dining room? No problem. Place your dining table and chairs near the kitchen. Use sectioning tricks in open spaces like a rug or divider.

Got a tiny corner for dining? Try a round table and chairs that slot in. This minimalistic design will work for small apartments as well as larger homes like bungalows and semi-Ds.

Embrace your kitchen-dining area size by opting for a country-style interior to add to the charm. The cabinets, exposed bricks, and chairs really emphasise this kitchen’s theme.

The kitchen and dining are the best places to embrace industrial design. Concrete surfaces and metal-legged chairs are a classic!

This pull-out dining table is seamlessly built-in with the TV cabinet to save space,

Add chairs to the kitchen island for a small, yet functioning dining area.

This seems pretty simple, but is often overlooked: if you have a small space, buy a small dining table! You might dream of large dinner parties, but it’s best to have a dining table that fits and that serves the regular users of the dining area instead of imagined future guests.

Looking to renovate your dining room? Click on the ‘Request Quote’ button on any of the images to receive a free quotation from Malaysian interior designers.

You can also check out other local interior design portfolios.

Why you should care

Take a cue from these beautiful dining rooms and see how they use clever design to optimise space.

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