Dining Room Set. Wednesday , May 16th , 2018 - 08:57:25 AM
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.
Harmonious - Lounge/Diner - A dining room off the lounge must tie in and flow-through, normally achieved with matching walls and floor coverings. Furniture must be in keeping with your existing lounge, in other words, don't try to go shabby chic if you have a modern, minimalistic lounge. Instead choose a contemporary iron dining table with sleek, clean lines and a glass top. Lounge/diners are the most difficult to decorate, get it wrong and you've compromised your main living room too. You must find the perfect balance that maintains the flow and also makes the rooms appear separate. For instance, it's better not to match colours identically but use complementary colours instead. If the colour scheme in your lounge is based around neutral olive green, perhaps go for dark red accents in your dining room.
3. Accessibility If you plan to entertain often in your dining room, it should be accessible to a bathroom and other gathering areas such as a living room or home theatre. Naturally you will want it to be very close to the kitchen. Whether you opt for a formal or informal arrangement, you will also need to plan a dining setting that is roomy enough for people to move around in without having someone else vacate their seat.
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