Ingrid Stafford. Dining Room. July 06th , 2018.
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.
Keep in mind anything you choose to place on your wall should not clash with what you already have in it. You want it to attract attention, but not overwhelm the room or be too small to really make a difference.
The colors used in the dining room should stimulate the appetite and stir conversation. It is a known fact that reds, yellows, greens or any of the other earth colors are stimulants to the appetite. Picture your favorite meal and the colors that are incorporated on the plate. This will give you a good idea of what will stimulate the appetite. For the conversational stimulation, contrasting colors that set each color off to look its best will create conversation, along with wall decorations that catch the eye.
If you have a large family, you may want to purchase a larger dining room table, for smaller families you may do most of your dining in the kitchen and a smaller dining room table would suffice. You have to consider if you are going to be entertaining or not, will a larger table ever really be needed? You do not want to purchase a small table and find that you need more seating areas in the future.
For those of you who are used to getting something accomplished in a short period of time, a word of warning: redecorating your dining room area might take a bit longer than what you're used to. A lot of the time is consumed in making decisions and comparing characteristics of different types of dining room furniture. You don't want to end up choosing the wrong dining room tables or kitchen tables, so you do need to take your time in deciding - although not so much that you end up stalling.
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