By Dominique Prune. Dining Room. Published at Sunday, March 11th, 2018 - 22:14:44 PM.
Glass top tables are however difficult to maintain. Dust and dirt tend to cling to it. You will have to wipe it clean every now and then to keep it free of finger prints. It also tends to showcase scratches prominently, particularly when used over a period of time. Compared to wood, the design choices are also limited.
Marble was once the chosen table top for luxuriously decorated dining rooms. It is still used in many parts of the world where traditional décor is still considered highly appreciable. Granite and onyx table tops are also favoured by many. However, high quality marble and granite both are expensive. They are heavy and are not ideally suited for small homes and large dining tables. There is not much flexibility available in terms of shape. Faux marble top tables are also available but they do not look nearly as good as the real ones.
Your dining room is the central focus of your home. It’s where you have your meals, dine with guests, sit back, relax, and laugh. The dining room has traditionally been a formal setting, but there’s no reason that the space can’t be formatted to be laid back and look great too.
This little dining room is perfectly set up for a small home. The bench-style seat on one side blends into the white walls and really makes the most of every inch of space. The chairs on the right don't have armrests so they can be tucked underneath to free up every inch of space. Finally, don't forget the pendant lights! They are an absolute must in almost every dining room set up.
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