By Babette Candide. Dining Room. Published at Monday, April 23rd, 2018 - 08:56:10 AM.
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
The color palette for a transitional room are typically smooth and creamy. Creams, light browns, and muted blues, greens and grays, among others. Wood furniture pieces can be dark shades of wood, and are the preferred look for this type of décor as opposed to light oaks. The same color scheme for wood flooring choices also applies, using dark cherry wood, Mahogany, and other dark colored woods. Splashes of color should be limited. A colorful flower arrangement on your dining table or buffet will break up the understated tones in the room, or add accent colors in your dining chair cushions or draperies, are other options.
Before you jump into putting pieces of furniture in your dining room, you will want to take an inventory on your space to see what pieces you would like to have, where you want to put them, and how big the piece can be before it looks overcrowded or bumps into other pieces in the room. Drawing a rough draft of the room to have on hand when shopping, is always helpful. Having the measurements of the pieces you ant to get, is also a great way to be sure you aren’t misjudging when you go to purchase something. Keep reading to find out some tips on how you can turn your small dining room into a beautiful dining experience while sticking to your budget.
Small dining rooms are often nooks carved out of larger spaces. Unify the dining area with the surrounding spaces by employing similar design characteristics throughout. Use armless and backless benches that can be easily tucked beneath a table when not in use. Don’t let a small table stop you from hosting a big meal – extendable versions are a great solution that offer flexibility for every dining situation and save on valuable floor space when not in use.
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