Accessibility If you plan to entertain often in your dining room, it should be accessible to a bathroom and other gathering areas such as a living room or home theatre. Naturally you will want it to be very close to the kitchen. Whether you opt for a formal or informal arrangement, you will also need to plan a dining setting that is roomy enough for people to move around in without having someone else vacate their seat.
Some Design Ideas The chandelier should never be your only lighting in the room. Planning for other lighting such as a table lamp with a nice glass lampshade, will greatly influence the total room package. A dimmer is also essential for a dining room chandelier. Dimming is important because most of the time, you will not want all that light. A floor lamp in the corner of the room can also make a great addition. Just make sure it is not too big as you want the chandelier to be the main lighting focus point. Wall scones, with their upward directed lighting, also work well in a dining room. In fact, chandeliers and wall sconces make a perfect pair of lights.
Decide what you want the room to be like. Is your eating place a kid friendly room that no longer contains kids? If you've gotten to the point in your life that you can finally stop wiping crayon marks off the walls, maybe it's time to step up to something a little more grown up where your decor is concerned. If you want your dining room to be an elegant, soft room where you can enjoy quiet meals, you want to set your sites on a specific group of furniture and design. If you need to keep a family friendly room to eat your meals together, nothing says it can't be creative and chic. Let go of any preconceived ideas you may have had in the past about dining rooms. We aren't in the Brady Bunch days anymore. Now your home can be whatever you want it to be. You aren't stuck in that plaster mold cast that says you have to be conservative.
Dining Room Set Thursday , May 17th , 2018 - 08:15:25 AM
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