Sadie Evans. Dining Room. September 05th , 2018.
The first time that you stencil you may want to try a few practice stencils on an old piece of paper or wallboard. Then once you get the hang of how much paint to load on your brush, you can take your newfound skill to the walls. As you experiment, notice which effects you prefer, and then replicate those on your walls.
If space is at a premium, you may want to choose a dining room table and chairs that can be multipurpose. If you and your family like to play games, for example, consider adding a game table instead of a traditional dining room table and let it serve both purposes.
Linen and Accessories: When you coordinate the table linen to the colors that you have chosen for the dining area, remember that matching is far more difficult than contrasting. In any case, too much matching of colors among all the elements of a dining room may not even look that attractive; a contrasting palette may look more interesting and attractive on the whole. So if you have beige on the walls, consider wine colored table cloth and beige colored table napkins. Or contrast the color of the china and serving dishes to the color of the table cloth to get a dramatic and attractive look.
Having had the right items, it's time to choose the styles to apply to it. You may choose the Victorian, contemporary, modern or the traditional; still you may want to mix and match. The designers recommend that in order to incorporate alternate design inspirations, 75% be one style while 25% is the other for the best decor of your dining.
The dining room isn't the most popular room in most houses. Many home owners rarely use the space and it sits cold, empty and forgotten. Add some life to the dining room with these decorating tips.
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