Published at Thursday, May 17th, 2018 - 12:31:20 PM. Dining Room. By Modestine Cerise.
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Furniture from the mid-century was simplistic in design. Clean lines, robust curves, and not overly ornate with their design. Dark woods for your tables and chairs, The most common woos used in this era, and look best for this design, are pieces made of these types of wood, teak, walnut, oak and rosewood. You can mix modern style furniture with older, vintage-style pieces to create this unique look. You may want to consider shopping at flea markets, vintage stores and estate sells to try to get hold of authentic mid-century pieces. These will be quality pieces, and not replicas, although you can go that route if you choose, if it becomes hard to come by pieces you feel comfortable with.
Natural lighting has the ability to trick the mind into thinking a space is bigger than it is. Let in as much natural light as you can, if natural light is available in the room, and watch your space get bigger. Chandeliers can still be hung, even in a small dining room, however, too large of a chandelier, and you will eat up a lot of ceiling space. This will instantly visually shrink your room. A small chandelier that matches your taste, color, theme and budget is what you will want to stick with. Check with different lighting stores in your area to see if they have any special deals, sales or items they cant sell, that you may be able to go view.
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