The shape of your table is also a concern. Round tables may look good, but if you have a small room it may not be practical. The next step is deciding what type of finish you want on your new dining set. Choose a chair style. Is it going to have a cushion or a high back? Maybe you would like the head of the table to have a chair with arm rests.
Remember that to achieve a great new look in your dining room, you don't necessarily have to change out all of your furniture. Often, just a few striking new pieces are enough to give the space a new atmosphere. If you're only investing in a few new items, it's worth it to shell out a little extra money for something really high quality. You'll save on replacement and redecorating costs down the line. Don't be afraid to mix various styles to come up with something truly unique. If most of your furniture is cottage vintage, a few well-placed industrial design elements can create a strikingly dramatic look through juxtaposition.
Don't be afraid to mix large with small in a dining room, such as a small table paired with a large mirror or some type of large server. It gives style to the room and also gives the sensation that the room is more spacious than it really is. It also adds a focal point to the room. Colorado Over 50 was started by a Baby Boomer and his wife to address the challenges and joys of being part of the Baby Boomer generation.
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