By Roch Esther. Dining Room. Published at Tuesday, February 27th, 2018 - 02:24:24 AM.
A limited color palette may be a good place to start. It is easier to work with a lighter or neutral color palette as it can make your room look airier. Contrasting or complementary colors should only be used as accents. Read about The Case for Neutral Colors to see how neutrals can help. But then, while this is the safe approach, you might end up with a safe space that lacks excitement. If you are looking for a more adventurous look, then, by all means, go all out for a bold color scheme. That could work just as well. The simple trick, in either case, is not to get too fussy and keep to the fewest colors possible.
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.
In the dining room, I married the traditional and modern with a new barn-board table and several white swivel chairs. In addition to a ceiling full of recessed lights, I also put up a conventional chandelier with a contemporary twist that helps define the dining room.
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.
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