Published at Sunday, February 25th, 2018 - 16:11:25 PM. Dining Room. By Rosemonde Celeste.
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Most dining rooms are illuminated by a dining room chandelier. Whether your taste is traditional, contemporary, or something else altogether it's likely that you'll have a chandelier hanging over your dining room table. A chandelier is often the focal point in a dining room, so it's important to get a dining room chandelier that not only works well with your décor but that is also the right size. The purpose of a buffet or sideboard is to provide storage for extra dishes, flatware and linens, and also to serve as a surface area for placing dishes when you decide to serve family or buffet style.
So many people shy away from red because it’s such an intense color. Instead, think of red as a spicy ingredient. Too much will overpower your space, but just the right amount will really enrich its flavor. Sprinkle it throughout your room in the form of an accent wall or home decor, such as an area rug, artwork and decorative accents. If your dining room leaves something to be desired in the ambience department, look to color to set the mood of your room. We’ve found that some of the best color inspiration comes from the very foods we eat—they offer such a fresh, lively bouquet of tones to choose from. Whether you want your dining room to feel bold and beautiful or warm and cozy, you’re sure to find a hue that inspires you.
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