Rachel Johnston. Dining Room. August 08th , 2018.
These rooms can be large or small. They may be completely separate rooms or flow into other spaces. They may even be part of another room, such as the kitchen and may be well used, saved for special occasions only, or purely ornamental.
Lighting is another powerful element in a dining room. You want to ensure that there's plenty of illumination to see by, but not so much that its turns into a harsh glare that can hurt the eyes. Many people prefer to set the lights low in a dining room, using candles, and ambient fixtures, to create a cool calm atmosphere, which is also made intimate through the use of contrasting glows.
Lighting is important to get the proper feel in the room. Too little light and people will be straining to see and too much will be stressful on the eyes. New light fixtures are a great way to create a new look without having to spend a lot of money. If your dining room is large consider placing a beautiful chandelier above your table. A candle holder as a center piece on your table can lend to a romantic evening.
If space is at a premium, you may want to choose a dining room table and chairs that can be multipurpose. If you and your family like to play games, for example, consider adding a game table instead of a traditional dining room table and let it serve both purposes.
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