Dining Room. Friday , April 20th , 2018 - 15:22:20 PM
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.
Dining decor is one of the biggest mistakes that most people make. If you are buying items for your dining room, it is always advisable to start with the most expensive items on your list to the least expensive. These include flooring or carpeting and dining furniture as opposed tablecloths or table wares. This is so because bringing the pictures of the carpet and these other wares helps you pick the excellent accents or wall color.
If you really want to go all out and splurge, you may want to get new table sets as well as new chairs. Table sets come in many different styles including modern and contemporary. You should look for a design that will go with the rest of your dining furniture so you don't walk into the kitchen or dining room and feel like you have thrust back in time. If you can't find the design you are looking for, your local retailer may have to special order it so you shouldn't drag your heels on choosing one. Many times you can purchase extra chairs for your dining room table sets too.
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