Dining Room. Tuesday , April 24th , 2018 - 08:52:55 AM
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.
It is important to coordinate the fabrics and textures that are used in a dining room. Tablecloths, placemats, napkins, wall hangings and bamboo rugs can all bring texture and depth to a dining room's decorations. Making sure that these textures are not identical will help keep your room visually interesting. It is important to using complimentary colors and styles to keep your room blending well. A dining room should have a sense of harmony even when using differing textures and materials.
Most formal rooms, however, tend to present darker woods with a high gloss shine. If room allows, many formal dining rooms have not only the table and chairs but also a sideboard or hutch. You can display the family silver or your best china, knickknacks or special serving dishes or dish collections on them.
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