By Lucien Daphne. Dining Room. Published at Friday, February 23rd, 2018 - 08:43:57 AM.
You put so much care into selecting the menu, choosing the wine and preparing the meal—you and your guests deserve a dining room that’s just as perfect. Elevate your space from family dinners to fine dining and before you know it, your friends will be calling to make reservations.
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.
Many homes today are not outfitted with a designated space for formal dining—but if you love hosting dinners, then don't let this stop you. With the right pieces in place, your great room can turn formal in a flash. A table with leaves is a must—when you're not hosting, you'll need it to take up minimal space. Likewise, your other furniture should be able to flex when not in use. A sofa table can provide serving space, and consider a pair of accent chairs for seating.
Similarly, engineered wood offers gorgeous style and long-lasting durability. Other good dining room flooring ideas include traditional luxury vinyl tile, engineered tile, rigid core and laminate. Which might be the best dining room floor for you? It really depends on your budget, the type of look you prefer — hardwood, natural stone tile or grouted natural stone tile — and whether you have any enhanced durability needs.
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