Dining Room. Thursday , May 03rd , 2018 - 18:29:42 PM
If your space is defined and separate from the other rooms in your house, you can still benefit from the use of area rugs. An area rug under a table gives an immediate sense of polish and flair in your dining room. Using a colored rug will brighten your room immediately. A dark, patterned or bamboo rug will give your room gravity and center. If you do not wish to have a rug under your table, consider placing a rug runner along one wall of the room, or between different entrances to the space. Moving the table out of the center of the room and allowing a rug to take up some of the extra floor space will immediately change the feel of the room's structure. Utilizing runners can direct traffic flow or showcase a china cabinet or other focal point in your dining room.
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.
Thus, a 5 ft diameter table with a pedestal base will seat 6, but with legs will only seat 4, the same number that a 3 ft pedestal table can seat. At the other end of the scale, a 7 ft diameter table with a pedestal base will seat 9, while a 7 ft x 3 ft rectangular table will seat 8: 3 each side plus one at each end.
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