By Jasmine Corentin. Dining Room. Published at Saturday, May 19th, 2018 - 18:00:02 PM.
There are several things to consider when decorating a dining room and, believe it or not, the color and the tiny details are not the most important ones. First of all, think about this: how many people will be using this room every day? Also, how many people would you like to fit in here occasionally? If it’s just you and your partner who use the room daily and just a few extra friends and relatives once or twice per year then don’t bother having a large table. It will just incommode you most of the time
Transitional décor is the art of combining two types of décor styles: contemporary and modern. It is a design that is not too formal, not too cold, and not too ornate or elaborate. It is a great look for those who want a formal look to their dining room, without being overstated or stuffy looking. Color tones are generally understated – soft and neutral, and uses a mixture of clean lines, with gentle curves and rounded contours. You can create this same, classy and sophisticated look for your dining room to make it a beautiful expression of two modes of décor themes, and here’s how.
Few of us have the luxury of a separate dining room these days, but however limited space might be it’s important to incorporate storage into your scheme wherever you can. Build a low-level, storage bench – it may take up a little floor space, but it will declutter and streamline your space while providing extra seating should you require it. If you can, have it made to match the rest of your furniture for a scheme that is cohesive and considered. Using low-level storage will also free up wall space – display a collection of framed prints that will add character and interest.
Not everything in your dining room has to be brand new and have a hefty price tag attached. There are other options to look at when it comes to finding furniture pieces that are much more reasonable. If you know what type of piece you, look for a resale piece instead of at a store. You can find good deals on resale furniture items by looking in your local paper for moving or estate sales. There are also yard sales online, or bigger sites that list furniture pieces for much cheaper than retail. You can find some real bargains when you buy resale. You may have to look a little harder or longer, but if you are patient, the right piece for the right price will come along.
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