Things to Consider Before You Buy If you have decided to go with a chandelier, you will need to ask yourself a few questions before you buy. What is your ceiling height? Nine foot ceilings are tall enough for a two-tiered chandelier, but eight foot is not. Really, nine foot ceilings give you a lot more choices. You just want to be sure is is appropriate size for the room. You also have to consider how large the dining room table is. The chandelier should be quite a bit smaller than the table. It should probably be about 75% as big as the diameter of your dining room table.
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.
A new dining set can become quite costly. Decide if you really need one. Maybe a new table cloth and some slip covers is all you need to spruce them up, if they are not too badly worn and uncomfortable you could save yourself a lot of money. A vase of fresh cut flowers always looks good either on the table as a center piece or on a side table up against one wall. These types of decorations look great without causing the room to look cluttered. Quite often candles make a real romantic atmosphere for that special night. Keep in mind any new dining room furniture you add should always compliment the other colors in the room.
Dining Room Set Monday , June 11th , 2018 - 10:31:55 AM
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