Jeanette Morin. Dining Room. July 30th , 2018.
Choose the Right Area Rug- An area rug can quickly become the centerpiece to any formal dining room. Make sure you choose a rug that compliments the wall coverings and decorations, but also one that is approximately three feet larger than the table itself. This will avoid the back legs of the chair from going off the rug when the chairs are slid backwards.
In addition to your table, chairs, and hutch, there are some fun furniture items you can add to your dining room if you have space. You can add a wash stand-a great option if you are designing and old-fashioned or Victorian-style house. You may also want to consider a silver chest or a tea cart. You can also add a china or curio cabinet-these usually have beautiful glass doors, sometimes with mirrors behind them. Pie safes are a fun addition. You can even add a wine rack to your dining room. Don't forget that along with your beautiful furniture items you will want to add accessories: china and tea sets, candlesticks, chandeliers, paintings and mirrors, vases of flowers, and place settings are just a few of the possibilities.
White or light colored walls will make the room look larger, while if you have a particularly large room, darker colors can make it appear more intimate. Try to cut back on very bright primary colors: it is fine to have one brightly colored wall if the others match with a more muted pastel shade, but too much color is not usually recommended for a dining room.
Don't worry too much about your hickory tables changing in color. As said previously, the tones will change to something closer to amber, but hickory is not known for its drastic color changes. While it will definitely move closer to amber as it ages, it will not be so noticeable that all your accessories will start to look all wrong for it. Chances are you will still be able to use the same accessories for them.
Color is one of the biggest concerns when it comes to the feeling you get when you enter the room. Light colors are often the best choice because they will make the space look bigger and brighter. Try using light shades ranging from white to brown choosing something that compliments your furniture is the best. If your space is small try adding a mirror on one of the walls to give it the illusion of being bigger while adding a decorative touch.
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