Dining Room. Tuesday , April 24th , 2018 - 09:03:22 AM
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.
These rooms can be large or small. They may be completely separate rooms or flow into other spaces. They may even be part of another room, such as the kitchen and may be well used, saved for special occasions only, or purely ornamental.
Take a dining room from drab to dramatic with beautiful color. Deep hues like burgundy red or sumptuous royal blue have an energizing effect conducive to lively dinner conversation and they lend an air of opulence and abundance. When searching for color inspiration, think about other furnishings that you have in the room as well as colors and patterns that are visible from adjoining rooms. While your dining room can be more dramatic in color, you want the overall effect to be harmonious. If a piece of pottery, your dinner plates, a pink Depression glass water pitcher or a wall painting inspire you, then use that as your starting point when thinking about color.
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