Placing a rug under the dining table offers several advantages, such as defining the dining area in an open plan setting, adding warmth for a cozy family dinner atmosphere, and serving as a decorative accessory to enhance the dining area’s visual appeal with a splash of color.
When selecting an area rug for your dining area, it’s important to ensure the rug harmonizes seamlessly with your dining table.
For you who are using a white dining table, we’ve found that beige, gray, brown, or dusty blue rug can be the best rug colors. These rug colors can create a sleek contrast against the white dining table, resulting in a visually striking combination that adds interest to the dining area. Using these rugs will also enhance the clean and crisp aesthetic provided by the white dining table, making the entire dining space feel fresh and inviting.
In this article, we’ll dive deeper into all of those awesome rug colors, along with some examples to spark your creativity.
When choosing a rug for any dining room with a white table, a beige rug always becomes our first option. Firstly, it can bring plenty of warmth that is needed to make a comfy and welcoming dining area.
Secondly, the neutral and light tone of beige will blend flawlessly with the crisp white dining table, resulting in an eye-pleasing and aesthetic look.
Additionally, those light combinations can make the dining area look bright and spacious, and surely this will be very beneficial for any small dining room.
Gray is another great rug color that looks gorgeous when placed under a white dining table. Spreading plenty of elegance, the gray rug will be a perfect choice to create a modern or contemporary style dining room.
Literally, any shades of gray will work well with a white dining table, but we tend to choose any lighter shades to create a seamless and flawless look between the rug and the table above it.
When it comes to rug colors, brown is surely one of the most common and popular choices. This timeless shade has been known for bringing a lot of warm and inviting ambiance, and obviously, this is one of the most important features for an area rug.
Using a brown rug under a white dining table can also help make the table stand out, thanks to the huge amount of contrast between them.
Furthermore, based on some research, using any earthy and natural tone inside your dining room may help stimulate and increase your appetite.
4. Dusty Blue
Nordic or Scandinavian decor is one of the hottest trends in recent years. And if you want to apply this awesome style to your dining room, then the dusty blue or grayish blue rug should be your first option.
With a more neutral look compared to any typical blue shades, these kinds of rugs will blend easily with literally any color, let alone with the ultra-versatile white.
5. White and Green
Actually, any plain green rug can still work well with a white dining table, but honestly, we didn’t really like those combinations as the green rug can overly dominate the space with its strong and vibrant looks.
But if you still want to bring natural freshness to your dining area, don’t worry, you can use any green rug that has some white pattern in it, such as the one that we used in the image above.
With plenty of white accents, this rug will keep the white flow between the rug and the table, while the green element still does its job perfectly to spread the fresh natural ambiance to the entire space.
6. White and Blue
If you prefer to incorporate any vibrant and strong blue shades into your dining area, then you may try using any white and blue rug.
These color combinations work perfectly to keep the consistency between the table and the rug, while the strong blue accents will elevate the entire look and bring an elegant airy, and tranquil vibe.
In most cases, we prefer any rug with more dominant white rather than blue, but you can also use any rug with around 50:50 composition between the white and blue elements.
7. White and Yellow
When it comes to bringing joy and a cheerful ambiance, no color works better than yellow. Unfortunately, in most cases, a plain yellow rug is surely not a reasonable choice.
But don’t worry, you can still bring those vibes to your dining area using any white rug that has some yellow accents, like the one we used in the example above.
As vibrant shades, even just a few yellow patterns can make a lot of impact to bring a splash of pop to your spaces. To make consistent looks and avoid the yellow rug looking awkward, add some small yellow decorative pieces throughout your dining room.