Size Small dining rooms feel overcrowded if dressed with heavy furniture, dark walls and heavy drapes. In contrast, large rooms feel empty if the dining table is too small, there are few furnishings and the walls are light-colored. Ideas to enhance smaller rooms include adding an additional window or wall cutout to add new dimensions to the space. Windows that open into the kitchen are particularly useful. For larger rooms, tall plants, rich drapes or extra pieces of furniture, e.g. a wine rack, can be tasteful additions.
Setting up the Scenery - It's important to add other elements into the scene to give it a whole look. When the only things that are taking the stage are the dining table and chair set, then the void set up in the rest of the spaces of your dining room will start gnawing at you. Avoid this by placing curtains, carpets and simple decorative items that fill in that gap without disturbing anything at all. You can also add dining room cabinets, such as chest of drawers or kitchen cabinets that can keep your cutlery showcased and preserved in the best possible way. If you want to go that extra mile, install shelves on the walls to show off your china collection that you painstakingly amassed through the years of your life.
Everyone loves movies, and agree or not, all of us have an aspiring director seeded within the deep reaches of our mind. Look how quickly this advancing technology has gripped us in its vices, and how every single one of us has at least some form of camera equipment in our households, mostly in the form of a camera smartphone. While most of us improvise to create a scene, or opportunistically wait for one to pop up, so that we can shoot it with our cameras, there is one place in our home that we can definitely decorate like a set piece to get that perfect ambience, enhancing our moments and increasing productivity. It's none other than the dining room.
Dining Room Set Wednesday , May 16th , 2018 - 09:12:41 AM
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