Dining Room. Thursday , September 07th , 2017 - 08:28:48 AM
Head for red, nothing quite gets the attention like bright red – use it to accentuate an otherwise neutral dining space. Rather than drown a room with saturated colour, balance it throughout with an equal measure of white against a backdrop that’s also white. Start the style statement with an impressive low-slung light – this one conjures up a fiesta spirit with its pretty paper garlands. Echo the contemporary look with a mix of strong patterns on loose chair covers and a Nordic-style felt rug.
Where there is room for a table, maximise any natural light by placing it close to the window. Colourful stools will give punch to your decorating scheme and can be tucked neatly underneath when not in use, while an extending table is useful to accommodate extra guests. If you are lucky enough to have a dining room, dont just keep it for best – take the breakfast experience to another level with a proper sit down affair. If it adjoins the kitchen, consider a through hatch to save on too much back and forth between table and stove.
Double function room, for those without a separate room, a small dining area can sit neatly behind a sofa as part of a larger living space. When the table is not in use, it can be used like a mantelpiece, or sidetable, and dressed with flowers and attractive accessories. Alternatively, put it to use as a desk, somewhere for the children to do their homework or indulge in some arts and crafts.
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