Dining Room. Friday , April 13th , 2018 - 08:55:13 AM
Blank wall space doesn't do much to enhance the décor of any room, and in a dining room it can make the room seem cold and unwelcoming. To create a focal point, you can use one large item and accent it with smaller items or you can create a wall grouping with several smaller items. For example, you could start with a large painting, a wrought iron or an architectural wall hanging, a tapestry or mirror and accent it with smaller coordinating items, such as candle wall sconces, vintage plates or cast iron accents. Or creating a stunning arrangement with a visually interesting collage of smaller pieces: tie them together by color, theme, or material.
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.
If you have a large family, you may want to purchase a larger dining room table, for smaller families you may do most of your dining in the kitchen and a smaller dining room table would suffice. You have to consider if you are going to be entertaining or not, will a larger table ever really be needed? You do not want to purchase a small table and find that you need more seating areas in the future.
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