Dining Room. Sunday , April 22nd , 2018 - 23:39:36 PM
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.
Decorating the dining room is different from other spaces in your house. If your room is part of another room, for example a dining area in your kitchen, it is important to define the dining space visually. One of the easiest ways to do this is by using a large area rug underneath the table. The rug should be large enough to extend past the chairs in order to give a visual space definition to the dining area. Using a rug in this way will give the visual cue that signals the space as separate from the kitchen. Used in this way a rug becomes more than a simple design element, it almost becomes a structural element in your room.
The first trick of the trade is to realize that a small space can look larger than it really is by painting the walls a darker color and leaving the ceiling white, wallpapering with stripes or adding a large mirror to the wall. If you can't paint or poke holes in the wall, then think about how you can make the dining room table and chairs different.
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