Dining Room. Thursday , May 03rd , 2018 - 19:05:54 PM
Color is one of the biggest concerns when it comes to the feeling you get when you enter the room. Light colors are often the best choice because they will make the space look bigger and brighter. Try using light shades ranging from white to brown choosing something that compliments your furniture is the best. If your space is small try adding a mirror on one of the walls to give it the illusion of being bigger while adding a decorative touch.
Wrought iron wall décor is an excellent choice for a focal point wall or for use as supporting accent pieces. Because it comes in a vast array of styles and finishes you will find pieces that work with your chosen style of decorating. Matte black, brown or gray wrought iron is a perfect accent in a traditional or contemporary dining room. Painted distressed finishes in white or cream work equally well in country, cottage or casual settings.
The dining area, though used almost on a daily basis, is the original area that celebrations take place, according to tradition. At one time the dining area was the area where guests and family gathered to talk about current events, eat good foods and enjoy each other's company as well as celebrate gala events and holidays. This has not changed in modern times; the dining room is still very much the meeting center of the home.
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