Dining Room. Tuesday , April 24th , 2018 - 09:09:28 AM
A chef is a kind of artist. They move about the kitchen, arranging items to create an appetizing blend that will both excite and nourish their friends and family. But while the kitchen is the workshop, the dining room is the gallery, the place where your creations will shine, the testing ground of taste.
Lighting is another powerful element in a dining room. You want to ensure that there's plenty of illumination to see by, but not so much that its turns into a harsh glare that can hurt the eyes. Many people prefer to set the lights low in a dining room, using candles, and ambient fixtures, to create a cool calm atmosphere, which is also made intimate through the use of contrasting glows.
First thing to decide is the type of style you're pursuing. Having your dining room and kitchen both in the same area allows for a more productive Tuscan or country approach. A minimalist approach on the other hand can bring a feeling of space and it's common for the home decors of Asia. If however both rooms are separate you are presented with the choice of random themes.
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