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We Malaysians love our food. In fact, a festive celebration would be incomplete without it! So here are some gorgeous dining rooms to lay out all the food that are fit for any joyous occasion.

With Christmas around the corner and the New Year (read: New DECADE) upon us, you can bet that there will be a lot of feasting involved. Sticking true to our Malaysian culture, food will definitely be one of the main highlights throughout the festivities.

Your dining room will be the heart of your home throughout this festive season. Be it a luncheon or dinner party, its where all the food will be laid out.

We’ve compiled a few stunning Malaysian dining rooms done by local interior designers that would leave your guests in awe.

For starters, here’s a modern classic dining room interior design that radiates a luxurious style and feel. The combination of the pendulum, recessed and tray ceiling lights really brighten up the room. Plus the addition of mirrors creates the illusion of a larger space.

If chandeliers weren’t enough, this penthouse in Kuala Lumpur took things up a notch by treating their dinner guests to a stunning view whilst dining. Keeping the rest of the colour palette neutral with shades of brown and beige.

For a more Scandinavian theme, this homeowner went with wooden furniture and a simple marble top. They added pops of green with the help of indoor plants.

If you prefer a relaxed and casual setup then create a space that opens up to your dining room with the help of a local interior designer. This semi-open layout concept will help your space feel less confined, enabling everyone to move around comfortably.

Worried about having guests over when you have a small dining area? The interior designer for this home added a built-in bench to accommodate more seating area. Plus, having it beside the kitchen table gives you more space to lay out dishes.

Whichever style you decide on, don’t be afraid to be as creative as you can be while remembering to keep the design practical to your needs.

Need professional help? Click on the ‘Request Quote’ button on any of the images to receive free consultations from Malaysian interior designers.

You can also check out other local interior design portfolios.

Why you should care

We Malaysians love our food. In fact, a festive celebration would be incomplete without it! So here are some gorgeous dining rooms to lay out all the food that are fit for any joyous occasion.

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