By Dominique Prune. Dining Room. Published at Sunday, March 11th, 2018 - 22:14:44 PM.
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.
Keep the room filled with neutrals and layer them in for a relaxed, laid-back feel. This look goes great with rustic wooden floors.Blue ceramic accents will add a touch of hominess to any room. It’s a calming color that is traditionally underutilized for dining rooms, which will make it feel all the more whimsical and fun.
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.
Much of the bench space in a horizontal dining table is often under-utilised. This is particularly true for those who live alone. So a dining table could easily be built around part of a wall like this one by interior architects Architude Design. It frees up precious floor space and looks perfectly stylish.
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