Leslie J. Wade. Dining Room. November 30th , 2016.
If you would like to add drama and depth to a small dining room, paint one wall in a deeper, intense color. It may only be one or two shades darker than what you have on the other walls, but it really helps to add some depth to the room and makes decorating the room that much easier.
Choosing something that looks great may be nice, but if it is too small or uncomfortable your family is going to hate it. Choosing a set that fits with your home design is a plus when it come to the look of the room. A rustic pine set would look good in an old world style home. If you have a more modern home you could go with something a little trendier.
A good place to begin is with paint color. You may want to use a monochromatic paint color. So if you are using, for instance, the color tan, you would have two or three shades of tan that would go together and look very nice. If you want a little more color, you can combine different colors, but just make sure they are the same intensity.
Your dining room is a very important part of your life and having the right furniture in it is a real bonus. It is where you go to eat your meals and spend time with your friends and family. The right dining room ideas will make this room a place you'll enjoy bringing your guests into.
Re-purpose your existing dining room furniture to give your space a whole new look without the hefty price tag. For instance, stack shelves or serving units to create height and drama, or replace traditional cabinet doors with antique shutters. Changing or rotating seat cushions, picture frames, and other small details can also help brighten up the space without requiring a major redesign.
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