Dining Room. Monday , April 30th , 2018 - 17:53:01 PM
Don't forget about the lighting it is what brings it all together. A chandelier or some other form of light fixture above the center of the table is great to make your setting brighter. Another option to light a dark corner is to add a table lamp or even a center piece with a candle holder looks great. Try to avoid light reflecting onto people sitting at the table. It is best to have the light reflect down as it creates a more comfortable experience.
However, remember that when you do experiment with colors, make sure that you don't include the whole color spectrum in your choices! Be consistent. Choose one or two main colors that you would like to focus on, and stick to that. Over time, if you feel like changing your color theme, by all means do so - just don't use all of them at once, otherwise, your dining room area will look like a child had just gone crazy with home shopping after being given permission to redecorate your dining room area.
A chef is a kind of artist. They move about the kitchen, arranging items to create an appetizing blend that will both excite and nourish their friends and family. But while the kitchen is the workshop, the dining room is the gallery, the place where your creations will shine, the testing ground of taste.
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