By Dominique Prune. Dining Room. Published at Tuesday, March 06th, 2018 - 13:52:52 PM.
Country homes are more often associated with rustic furniture. Although you can still incorporate very functional pieces of furniture, these should really be finished in natural wood. Tables and chairs will fit in perfectly when you use either dark or light wood tones. The wooden furniture should be the focal point of your dining room. It might look understated, but solid wood furniture really is making a statement. Wood can also be used in other parts of the room, perhaps even partially paneling some of the walls.
Taking many different shapes and forms, we’ll today be taking a look at neutral eating spaces and their ability to offer timeless elegance within any abode. Neutral tones are perfect for the amateur designer, while refined enough to impart some serious design nous within your space. Enduring and tranquil, muted tones come in a range of options.
Believe it or not, brown done correctly for a dining room looks incredible. Add soft brown drapes, seating, and gold accents such as hanging lights and gold-accented place settings.All-white walls and colored or gray furniture will collaborate to create an artistic, gallery-like feel to the room. A large print, photo, or piece of art can really add to the ambiance and creates.
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.
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