Dining Room. Thursday , May 03rd , 2018 - 19:22:56 PM
In contrast, rooms with a more relaxed atmosphere usually present medium or lighter shades of wood with wide grain patterns. Sideboards and hutches also appear quite often in the informal room, but they are also of a lighter shade than the mahoganies and dark pines of their formal counterparts.
Finally, you may want to consider going with a bistro table for your dining room table and chairs. Going with a taller table can give your eating area the appearance of having more floor space than it really does. It also sets the dining area off from the rest of the living area since it is at a different height visually. Just be sure you go with barstools or taller chairs that have an open design to further enhance the illusion of space and openness.As you can see, it's quite easy to add a nice dining area in any home, even one with a small space, as long as you use a few of the tricks savvy designers have at their disposal.
Start with the chairs. In smaller spaces you want the chairs to be armless. If you are still shopping for a dining room table and chairs, consider picking chairs that have openings or a lighter profile. This can even include transparent chairs of acrylics or perhaps a chair with an open back as opposed to a solid one. This extra air can help make the space look much larger since there are no unnecessary visual barriers in the room. A chair with a more slender profile may also help.
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