Dining Room. Tuesday , May 15th , 2018 - 19:02:38 PM
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.
Create a multi-purpose eating space that can be used all day long. Even if you have plenty of space, make the room a true entertainment destination full of things to talk about. Build bookshelves and line them with games to pull out after dinner or place books on them that are sure to get your guests talking. And, when you don't have company, you can use the room as a reading room. Place a cozy lounge chair in one corner to curl up and show that room really is used and loved.
Maybe you don't want four legs, but one big form of support in the center of the table in your Dining Room. You can have one central wooden support with smaller legs of its own, reaching out like roots of a natural tree. Or, you can have a modern-looking sculpture of metallic shapes that form together in a clean display beneath your clear glass table top. Or, perhaps you want an elaborate wooden carving with a clear table top to display it.
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