Dining Room. Saturday , May 05th , 2018 - 07:32:59 AM
Color Palette: Do not assume that because a color is your favorite, it will also look good on the walls of the dining room or create a harmonious whole with the dining room furniture. Also, when choosing a color palette, understand that what looks good in the day in natural light may not necessarily look as good or even look the same in artificial light. In general, colors such as reds, oranges and yellows work to create a more formal atmosphere while colors such as golden or creamy yellow, terracotta, wine, burgundy or dusty rose are considered ideal for a dining room. These colors are said to stimulate the appetite and also have been shown to promote enjoyable conversation.
Adding some color to the decor of your dining area through window treatments and rugs is one of the best dining room decorating ideas you can have. Curtains and drapes come in all kinds of colors as well as styles and they are relatively cheap when given other alternatives. You will want to the same style as your kitchen but changing the color will not take away from the coordination between the kitchen and dining area. Rugs can help protect your floor from damage as well as absorb sounds. You will want a rug that is at least 30 inches larger in size than your table.
The first time that you stencil you may want to try a few practice stencils on an old piece of paper or wallboard. Then once you get the hang of how much paint to load on your brush, you can take your newfound skill to the walls. As you experiment, notice which effects you prefer, and then replicate those on your walls.
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