Published at Friday, February 02nd, 2018 - 06:34:55 AM. Dining Room. By Florian Louisette.
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Dining rooms are often adjacent to living rooms and kitchens, and flooring flows from one room to the next. Solid hardwood is a perfect option to create a timeless and beautiful look that suits the demands of all your main-level living areas. It's easy to clean, and many collections come with a premium protective finish that resists scratches, stains and spills for life. Of course, it's always smart to put felt padding on your chair and table legs to reduce the potential for scrapes and gouges, and to wipe up spills quickly.
Armless chairs work best in a small room as arm chairs require more room. You might also want to pick chairs that have a smaller or more slender profile. The idea is to take up as little physical or visual space as possible, again leaving room for people to move around more freely. A transparent material such as glass, plexiglass, or acrylic can make your dining furniture "disappear" leaving you with lots more visual space. Remember, though, that this is more about appearances than anything else. You will still need to measure to make sure that you leave enough space for people to maneuver easily.
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