Lenora Rodgers. Dining Room. September 25th , 2018.
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.
Any good chef knows that presentation matters when cooking a meal. People will enjoy food better if it looks good to eat. That's why it's important to take care when assembling a meal. However this is a truth which extends out into the environment. Having an attractive dining room can actually enhance the quality of your meal, causing people not only to enjoy the taste, but also the experience of tasting, far more.
Wallpaper in a room can look fantastic, but it is much more labor intensive than stenciling. You can get a pretty similar effect by stenciling your wall: You can also add custom design combinations to your wall whether you are adding a border or stenciling the entire wall. Stencils allow you to simply add an accent to the wall, or they allow you to cover the wall in pattern. Both ways yield an attractive result, and they are much quicker and easier to do than handing wallpaper.
Create a multi-purpose eating space that can be used all day long. Even if you have plenty of space, make the room a true entertainment destination full of things to talk about. Build bookshelves and line them with games to pull out after dinner or place books on them that are sure to get your guests talking. And, when you don't have company, you can use the room as a reading room. Place a cozy lounge chair in one corner to curl up and show that room really is used and loved.
The size of the table is important as well. Be sure to allow approximately 48 inches between the table and the wall, so no one is uncomfortable getting into or out of their chairs. A round table fits well into a small room, while a larger room can accommodate a rectangular table.
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