By Jeanne Loup. Dining Room. Published at Saturday, February 24th, 2018 - 17:32:01 PM.
It might sound strange, but gray is all the rage right now. It’s simple and chic, and doesn’t place the burdens on your eye that a light blue would. Gray is present without demanding attention and gives the room a clean look that doesn’t feel too overwhelming– perfect for creating the relaxed mood you’re going for. Having a combination of regal high-back chairs paired with a few lower chairs will create a unique ambience that invites you to let your hair down. This stylish mix-and-match approach is the opposite of cookie-cutter, six to a set seating.
Since the table is the focal point of the room, it sets the overall tone. Make your table inviting by getting a rustic wooden table that’s polished and not too stuffy. Lighter hardwood flooring feels much less uptight than chic, mahogany-stained boards. It also frees you up for endless contrast, with darker wooden accent pieces and a multitude of color options for your decor.
It is not always guaranteed that your dining room space should be as huge as possible for you to style it properly. Even the smallest space can be given a perfect touch as long as space is not cluttered up with unnecessary stuff. If you can use unexpected splash of color, blends of iconic chairs and custom tables, then it can be simple to come up with a captivating industrial room interior design.
This is another aspect of a dining table that is often ignored. Coating your wooden table with an extra layer of paint is often discouraged. But if you are choosing synthetic tops then you can easily buy one that suits the overall colour scheme of your dining area. This will automatically brighten up the space in most unusual way. Be adventurous if you can and if your dining space can handle it, but make sure it is a colour that you will like to have in your home for some years. It is unlikely that, unless necessary, you will change your table top every year. So going by the trend of the season may not be a good idea for the long haul.
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