Published at Tuesday, January 16th, 2018 - 12:49:51 PM. Dining Room. By Tiphanie Sylviane.
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Brown is like a cup of hot cocoa—it makes a room feel warm and cozy. Dark and medium browns like chocolate and burnished chestnut feel formal and sophisticated, while light browns like oak and honey are more casual. The best way to bring in a little brown is with your dining furniture’s finish, and you can even choose curtains, cabinets and framed artwork that match to tie your room together.
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.
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