Joanna Mendez. Dining Room. July 16th , 2018.
White or light colored walls will make the room look larger, while if you have a particularly large room, darker colors can make it appear more intimate. Try to cut back on very bright primary colors: it is fine to have one brightly colored wall if the others match with a more muted pastel shade, but too much color is not usually recommended for a dining room.
Make sure to let your associate in the furniture shop know just what it is you're trying to say with your sense of the room. Look out for salespersons that are quick to push you into a particular design or discounted furniture that doesn't really feel like you. A good furniture associate will understand you, take your particular style and design interests to heart, and attempt to match you with the furniture that says the most about you. If you get the feeling that the salesperson is more interested in the sale than in meeting your needs, try finding someone else
If you're lucky enough to have a dining room, versus a dining nook in the kitchen, make the most of that space and deck it out in style. While you will definitely host special occasions with friends and family in this room, if you make the decor stylish and inviting, you'll want to use your dining room everyday. And, why not? A home is for living, after all.
Dining rooms tend to be the source of a lot of conversation, so wallpaper is better than painted walls for absorbing sound waves. A carpet or rug also absorbs sound better than wood flooring. Without some form of sound absorption, voices will be reverberating from surface to surface, and the conversation will be booming rather than muted.
The lighter the wood, the less space it seems to take up, although obviously this is only an illusion. You need to leave at least 4 feet space between each side of the dining table and the walls or other furniture, and also a minimum of 24 inches between chairs. That should be enough information to enable you to work out the size of table you can fit in and how many people you can seat. Don't try to get away with less space, or your guests will feel squashed and uncomfortable.
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