By Jeanne Loup. Dining Room. Published at Friday, March 09th, 2018 - 21:54:03 PM.
One-sided dining tables are definitely tricky to execute because it's not much fun eating while facing a wall. But they are perfect for a small galley space or hallway set up. This rustic-style dining area shows how it can be done well. The most important elements here are the antique mirrors.
Light play a pivotal role in completely advancing the appeal of your room interiors. It is even more beneficial in case you want to use styling such as Mediterranean, Asian or industrial. You can use a lighting fixture to invite some chic or any other midcentury appeal into your industrial room interior. It adds charm to your space and also creates an underrated style.
This new spin on traditional dining lighting pieces is one of the best facelifts you can pursue! These modern pendants are stylish and full of character. Plus, the balance of glass and metal goes with just about any decor you can imagine. If you can add a window seat to a room, it will instantly create a relaxed feeling you’ll love. Arrange it against a wall or a window, place a table in front, and add two high-back chairs to the other side and you’ve got it done!
Since people generally spend less time in the dining room than, say, the kitchen or the living room, many designers see it as a place to take risks. David Kleinberg went bold with the color and finish of the walls in a Manhattan apartment, choosing a shiny bright blue lacquer. Adding color to your dining room will make every meal a memorable one.
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