Dining Room. Tuesday , April 24th , 2018 - 08:52:23 AM
Your dining room table should also compliment the style of your home. One part of the dining room table that will make quite a statement is the table's legs. These can dramatically affect the overall feel of the room. Consider the large, ornate legs that are often found on some dining room tables. This type of table will not work well in a room that is intensely feminine or one a décor that is "dainty."
Color is also very important for setting the tone in the dining room. Different hues will evoke different reactions from people on a psychological level. For instance, red naturally tends to increase a persons metabolism. Its presence can make you more energetic, and volatile, but can also increase a persons hunger, and make them more receptive to taste. On the other hand blue is quite the opposite in effect, calming, soothing, and actually repressing a persons desire to eat.
The dining area, though used almost on a daily basis, is the original area that celebrations take place, according to tradition. At one time the dining area was the area where guests and family gathered to talk about current events, eat good foods and enjoy each other's company as well as celebrate gala events and holidays. This has not changed in modern times; the dining room is still very much the meeting center of the home.
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