By Florian Louisette. Dining Room. Published at Friday, February 02nd, 2018 - 06:23:12 AM.
A seldom used room can be furnished with high maintenance finishes and fabrics while a dining room that is used every day should be more functional. Look for sturdy and easy to clean furniture surfaces if young children will be eating there. If you use your dining room to work, read or converse, consider comfortable chairs. Do small children use it? Consider hardy finishes, and fabrics that can be cleaned easily. For a seldom used dining room, you may even consider designating some other purpose to it more suited to how you live. It's just a dining room only if you say so.
Open up a smaller space by using colors that provide a background that makes your space look bigger. Do not clutter it with unnecessary decor, but mirrors or other reflective surfaces might be helpful. There are many options for dining room lighting: chandeliers, pendants, sconces or floor lamps that come in many different styles from cutting edge contemporary to nostalgic traditional.
Similarly, engineered wood offers gorgeous style and long-lasting durability. Other good dining room flooring ideas include traditional luxury vinyl tile, engineered tile, rigid core and laminate. Which might be the best dining room floor for you? It really depends on your budget, the type of look you prefer — hardwood, natural stone tile or grouted natural stone tile — and whether you have any enhanced durability needs.
For some decorators, devoting a whole room to mealtime simply isn't practical. In this case, we have all the ingredients you'll need to master the double-duty dining room. Seamlessly integrate your home office into this space with a stylish computer armoire. Its fold-up front means you'll never have to mix business with pleasure. Rounding out the room, you'd be surprised at just how attractive and practical a bookcase can be in your eat-in office.
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