Dining Room Set. Wednesday , May 16th , 2018 - 09:12:45 AM
Only use a broad dining table if you have a need for central space for such items as a centerpiece and candles. Otherwise, 36 inches is more than adequate. If you have only a small space for the table, a circular table is better than a rectangular one, and a pedestal base can seat more than a base with three or four legs.
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.
Gone are the days when furniture buying meant purchasing sets. Today's homes are all about reflecting our own personalities, and there's no rule that says everything in a room has to match! The dining room is an excellent space to show off some personality and style, from the furniture you choose to the table settings you use. Maybe we already found that when shopping for a dinette set, one finds a dining table they like, but they don't like the chairs that go with it, or vice versa. Or, maybe loving the buffet or sideboard in the set, but not the table or chairs, is obvious. Don't worry! To love every piece of furniture, there are now vast and exquisite range of dining room design ideas available online, so don't be afraid to mix and match the pieces you like to get the look you want.
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