By Modestine Cerise. Dining Room. Published at Thursday, May 17th, 2018 - 12:16:42 PM.
The 1950’s was a time when dark rich and robust colors were abundant in homes. Dark yellows or golden tones, saturated browns greens, oranges and other neutral tones, such as deep browns. So many of these colors were used in combination for a colorful display on patterned furniture, rugs, draperies and wall colors. Wallpaper was also a big trend for the 50’s, so if you prefer to create a focal wall of vintage style wallpaper, that will give you a starting point to lead you to where you want to take your décor theme for the rest of the room.
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.
Industrial style homes are becoming more common to see. It falls into a more modern look for homes, and gives the appearance that you might be in a warehouse, or other industrial setting, as opposed to the traditional home. Dining rooms are a common room in the house where you might find the industrial look. And to create an industrial style room in your home, such as the living room or dining room, certain materials and styles of furniture pieces and décor items, are needed to pull the look off. If you have seen this look and would love to be able to create this look for your dining room, we can give you some ideas on how to get the ball rolling.
Although shades of brown dominate the marketplace, you do have options when it comes to the table’s color. Black exudes elegance. However, if the table has a veneered finish, it will be nearly impossible to camouflage any scratching. Red, a color that restaurants frequently use because it can stimulate your appetite, works well for a dining room table. This is true of all primary colors.
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