Dining Room. Thursday , September 07th , 2017 - 08:30:18 AM
With so many of today’s householders opting for larger kitchens the amount of time spent in dining rooms lessens and, if the space is not optimized, they can become an irrelevant hangup of a bygone age. If diner parties and formal dining are still on your agenda you will obviously not want to sacrifice your best entertaining space. But for quieter times you may be surprised at the extent to which, with a bit of imagination and resourcefulness, you can use your dining room.
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.
Go for green, if your dining room overlooks the garden (or even if it doesn’t), consider a green decorating scheme to bring a little of the outdoors in. Choose an uplifting vibrant shade and team it with modern pattern for a stimulating scheme. Offset the bold with refreshing white and pretty leaf motif accessories. Use curtains to carry pattern – this loose chevron design in the same tone is an effective way of adding a refreshingly graphic edge while softening the bold colour choice.
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