There is a long history with dining and chandeliers. Even when chandeliers were only something that resembled a wagon wheel with candles on the spokes, people have loved having one in the dining room. This is a great tradition and I feel we should not abandon it. A black chandelier is a great way to both light and decorate your dining area.
But before you tackle a full room remodel you need to first make a list of what you have to work with already. It may be possible to move things around without doing a major renovation to make your room into a functional space. Keep your dining room table as the focal point and decide what will work with it. If you just can't seem to make it work or you find it isn't the right size you may want to consider purchasing a new one. The table is the center of the room and everything else will flow from it to create a space that is both functional and beautiful at the same time.
Elevate the Elegance - When you think of a modern style dining room, think of it in terms of a woman's favorite little black dress. A simple black dress can be elevated in elegance with the addition of some shimmering silver or sparkling diamonds. You can create an atmosphere of grandeur in a modern designed dining room with the addition of some shimmering lights and sparkling accessories. Pendant lights work well in a dining room. They can be placed throughout the room to highlight areas of interest. They can also provide the perfect amount of light above the dining room table. The reflection of the light on the glass table top makes the surface sparkle like diamonds. A large silver mirror placed on an accent wall will add a shimmering affect to the entire room.
Dining Room Set Saturday , June 09th , 2018 - 12:16:53 PM
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