By Tiphanie Sylviane. Dining Room. Published at Saturday, January 20th, 2018 - 04:55:52 AM.
The general rule for hanging dining room chandeliers is that the bottom of the fixture should hang between 30" and 36" from the tabletop assuming you have an 8' ceiling.
In any dining space, the table is the most important element. For a formal look, you can't go wrong with traditional-style furniture. Its intricate elements like reeding, cabriole legs and veneer inlays make for an elegant, upscale look. If formal dinners with fine china aren't your thing, then reinvent this space with a statement-making dining set. Instead of ornate embellishments, opt for clean lines and/or casual finishes that are true to your personal style. Even if you don't own fine dishware, don't discount the value of a china cabinet. It gives you space to show off your favorite finds—and honestly, you can never have too much storage.
The central piece in any dining room is the table. It takes up a prominent space and sets the tone for the entire room. Before you buy, think not only about the style and size but also about what kind of mood and environment you want to create. Dining chairs play a vital role in the dining room. How they look and fit in the room is important, but it's also imperative that they be comfortable.
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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