Dining Room. Friday , April 13th , 2018 - 08:47:33 AM
Your idea of remodeling may be to install cafe style louvered doors to your dining room door from the kitchen. These are inexpensive makeovers that can bring the entire room together. They can match the furniture or the walls and let your guests feel they are in a separate room while remaining a part of your kitchen decor. You can remodel by installing matching louvered cafe doors with louvered window shutters for window treatments or adding ceiling fans with uplights so that there is ambient lighting instead of only lighting the dining table.
Using inexpensive makeovers for decorating is a better idea than spending all your holiday cash on your home. Window treatments, lighting, curtains and rugs are some of the cheaper ways to give your dining room a face lift. You can do most of these ideas in just a few days without having you home tore apart and in shambles. Consult your local retailers on the availability of the decorating ideas you want before beginning your project. You could be left high and dry this holiday season without your dining room table or without your chandelier to eat by if you don't check to see what is available.
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.
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