Lighting Guests will need enough lighting to eat their food without trouble, but lighting that is too harsh could cause glare to bounce off white dishes. Crystal chandeliers are great choices for formal rooms while generic lamps might suit your casual room best. One good tip to note: avoid western-facing windows if you like to host dinners - the setting sun might disturb your guests' eyes.
Make sure you know what you're working with. Measure your spaces and keep track of what you want to put into your dining area, furniture wise. You obviously need to shop around for best prices and styles, but make a list of the type of pieces that you would like to include in your new dining room. This way, you won't forget anything later when you go to shop online or in store.
Harmonious - Lounge/Diner - A dining room off the lounge must tie in and flow-through, normally achieved with matching walls and floor coverings. Furniture must be in keeping with your existing lounge, in other words, don't try to go shabby chic if you have a modern, minimalistic lounge. Instead choose a contemporary iron dining table with sleek, clean lines and a glass top. Lounge/diners are the most difficult to decorate, get it wrong and you've compromised your main living room too. You must find the perfect balance that maintains the flow and also makes the rooms appear separate. For instance, it's better not to match colours identically but use complementary colours instead. If the colour scheme in your lounge is based around neutral olive green, perhaps go for dark red accents in your dining room.
Dining Room Set Monday , June 11th , 2018 - 10:29:05 AM
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