By Geoffroy Sabrina. Dining Room. Published at Saturday, February 10th, 2018 - 02:40:07 AM.
Furnishing a small dining room can present a challenge, as any small space can be challenging. However, you may very well end up having a more efficient and attractive space since the lack of space can force you to focus on the essentials, and let go of what is unnecessary. Scale might very well be the single most important factor to consider, especially when you are furnishing a smaller sized dining room. Your dining furniture should be scaled according to the space you have.
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.
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.
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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