Dining Room. Friday , April 27th , 2018 - 17:33:57 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.
Blank wall space doesn't do much to enhance the décor of any room, and in a dining room it can make the room seem cold and unwelcoming. To create a focal point, you can use one large item and accent it with smaller items or you can create a wall grouping with several smaller items. For example, you could start with a large painting, a wrought iron or an architectural wall hanging, a tapestry or mirror and accent it with smaller coordinating items, such as candle wall sconces, vintage plates or cast iron accents. Or creating a stunning arrangement with a visually interesting collage of smaller pieces: tie them together by color, theme, or material.
If your dining room has the space for them, other pieces of furniture such as cocktail cabinets, curio cabinets, sideboards and credenzas add that extra touch of pizzazz to your décor and furnishings. Candelabra, a chandelier and other forms of unique lighting can be used, and table furniture such as bowls, centerpieces and trays of nuts and fruit will add class to any table.
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