Dining Room. Saturday , May 05th , 2018 - 07:26:53 AM
The style should reflect that of the rest of your house and compliment your other rooms and furniture selections. You can mix and match styles of furniture, as long as they blend nicely together and do not clash with each other. You can have a modern kitchen table, a contemporary sofa, and add some traditional dining room furniture to your home, if you select the pieces carefully and ensure they compliment one another.
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.
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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