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.
Lighting Guests will need enough lighting to eat their food without trouble, but lighting that is too harsh could cause glare to bounce off white dishes. Crystal chandeliers are great choices for formal rooms while generic lamps might suit your casual room best. One good tip to note: avoid western-facing windows if you like to host dinners - the setting sun might disturb your guests' eyes.
Home Lighting Styles In today's home lighting, its all about style. Each home has a unique style as well as each person, so your home should be no different than that. The important piece is to make certain the styles you choose compliment each other. A black chandelier for the dining room is fine, as long as it works with the rest of your home decor. For example, a pretty artsy pattern wallpaper may not feel right in a room with a black wrought iron chandelier. Sometimes, you can't quite put your finger on it, but you will know that something is just a little weird in a room decorated with flowered wallpaper and a black chandelier.
Dining Room Set Wednesday , May 16th , 2018 - 08:53:08 AM
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