Find a color palate that works with the rest of your home. Many times, we see ideas in interior design magazines on websites that really stun us but they just wouldn't make sense in your home. Unless you're planning on redoing the entire house to match the dining room, stick to colors that will work with your existing home interior.
Formality Opting for either a casual or formal dining space will impact your design choices. For formal spaces, a heavy wooden table with special finish and a fine china cabinet could be chosen. In comparison, for casual spaces, you might decide on a round glass table and a colorful rug to compliment your room. The frequency with which you intend to use your dining area should help steer your design choices, too. You might choose more opulent furnishings for a formal area used only on special occasions as wear and tear isn't a concern. For your casual room, you might need fabrics and accessories that are suited for frequent use.
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.
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