By Florian Louisette. Dining Room. Published at Thursday, August 17th, 2017 - 14:17:16 PM.
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.Don't forget candles for those special occasions. Whatever source you choose for lighting, make sure it has a dimmer switch, so that you can adjust the amount of light you need.
Whether you love to entertain and throw lavish dinner parties or you prefer to enjoy quiet meals with friends and family, the dining room is a place to gather and enjoy good food and good times. Whether your style is formal or casual, traditional or contemporary, it's important to decorate it in a way that feels comfortable and relaxing.
A large or fussy chandelier could take up too much visual room. Pick a chandelier that has simple lines and a small profile. That will create the effect of making your space appear larger. And that is how we come full circle to the scale. Remember it is all about scale.
Beyond having the right furniture, your kitchen’s ambience can have a big impact on how long you and your company want to linger after the meal’s over. We chose soft, sage green walls and muted blue window treatments for the soothing tone they set. Organic-themed accents echo the elegant pattern of the chairs and add a nice touch of natural beauty. Before you order up a dining room set with all the sides, it’s important to consider the size and shape of your room and how you plan on using it. Will you mostly be hosting a party of four for everyday meals? Or, will larger dinner parties be gathering there? Once you’ve answered these questions, the rest is as easy as pie!
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