By Rosine Denise. Dining Room. Published at Friday, May 11th, 2018 - 12:29:35 PM.
If space is of a concern, opt for round table. This shape is perceived to be warm and inviting. It works well for families with young children because there's no sharp corners. A drawback of this style is that reaching across it can prove challenging.
If you find something you want, but it is name brand and out of your price range, that’s where copies or knock-offs come in handy. Chances are that on a budget, you probably will not have the money to purchase an original piece of wall art or décor items. Look for cheaper, less expensive replicas or knock-offs and it’s highly unlikely that anyone will ever know the difference.
Visually expand a small dining room by using a monochromatic palette. Keep the walls and floor clutter-free and minimal, letting the personality come in the form of cleverly designed furniture. Purchase a round table with chairs that can be tucked in when not in use. There are no corner legs to wiggle around and it can be moved about easily when needed. Before buying, consider what size table your space will accommodate, your ideal size (circular or oval) and which material will best complement your current scheme. Ease of use is important, too, and do think about what you’ll do with seating when it’s not being used – fold-up or stacking chairs are great options.
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.
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