Marie Hood. Dining Room Set. May 16th , 2018.
It is important to first analyze the space your dining room will occupy; it is best not to make any style choices until after this step. The structure and architecture of the space will be the one unchangeable element in the room design. Look over the room and see if there are any strong visual elements to work with. These include large windows, vaulted ceilings, any exposed beams and built in cabinets or woodwork. Once this step has been done look for styles that naturally go with the room; a serious design mistake is to try working against the natural architecture of a space. The human eye is drawn towards symmetry and in order for a room to be visually pleasing everything must come together in harmony.
Windows can seem larger if they have narrow frames and surrounding woodwork, and cutting back on the drapes also tends to help open out a room. As previously mentioned, mirrors can also be used to make a room appear more expansive, but should be avoided with larger rooms if you wish to create an intimate atmosphere.
The lighter the wood, the less space it seems to take up, although obviously this is only an illusion. You need to leave at least 4 feet space between each side of the dining table and the walls or other furniture, and also a minimum of 24 inches between chairs. That should be enough information to enable you to work out the size of table you can fit in and how many people you can seat. Don't try to get away with less space, or your guests will feel squashed and uncomfortable.
It's wise to choose between either intricate details and patterns or bold colors. A classic bold color palette is the elegant black and white color scheme and this can easily become unbalanced if things are not kept minimalistic.
1. 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.
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