Dining Room. Monday , April 30th , 2018 - 18:22:32 PM
The furniture should fit the room. Many people make the mistake of packing as much furniture in as possible, but all this achieves is a cluttered appearance and your room looking smaller that it really is. If you can only fit a 6- or 8-seater table in your room, then that is all you should have.
Color is also very important for setting the tone in the dining room. Different hues will evoke different reactions from people on a psychological level. For instance, red naturally tends to increase a persons metabolism. Its presence can make you more energetic, and volatile, but can also increase a persons hunger, and make them more receptive to taste. On the other hand blue is quite the opposite in effect, calming, soothing, and actually repressing a persons desire to eat.
Whichever your practise is, it is nevertheless important that the room is bright and airy, and comfortable to eat in. The decorative accents should be focused on expanding the size of room, and light colors and mirrors can make a room appear significantly larger than it is. This is particularly true if you have mirrors aligned to reflect each other, and also reflect the windows if you have them.
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