Dining Room. Thursday , May 17th , 2018 - 15:14:20 PM
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.
A rich floral drapery will stand strong with a black table and will introduce and match your accented hues of amber that you accessorized earlier with. It will also add the accents of brown, coral, and amber. If you add leaves to the table, it will elongate it into a more formal state. With your table and draperies in their proper place, it is finally time to add your rug. A subtle rug with a grid of black, brown, and sandy colors will beautifully tie into the dining room area. Use of nylon fibers are best as they are easiest to care for.
Some families look for a more old-fashioned design in the dining room, while some look for comfortability and a homey feel. Whichever route you choose, it's good to stick with a singular design throughout when decorating the room. As this is generally the room that's used for neighbors, friends, and guests, it's good that they get a good sense of who you are and what you're style is like in this room so that you can bring your own style to the place.
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