Dining Room. Thursday , May 17th , 2018 - 14:52:48 PM
Don't be afraid to experiment with color! That's the good thing about hickory - you can try all sorts of colors without looking like you've gone crazy trying to decorate your dining room area. This is what hickory is best for - flexibility and versatility when it comes to redecorating and accessorizing.
At the end of the day, as long as you've done your research in advanced and are confident that you have picked out the right pieces for your dining room area, chances are you will not regret the decisions you have made. Obviously, you will need to adjust some of your pieces over time as you start experimenting with different styling techniques, but that's all in good fun - you learn as you go along, and you will eventually be an expert in knowing what does and does not look good in your dining room area.
A rich floral drapery will stand strong with a black table and will introduce and match your accented hues of amber that you accessorized earlier with. It will also add the accents of brown, coral, and amber. If you add leaves to the table, it will elongate it into a more formal state. With your table and draperies in their proper place, it is finally time to add your rug. A subtle rug with a grid of black, brown, and sandy colors will beautifully tie into the dining room area. Use of nylon fibers are best as they are easiest to care for.
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