Published at Sunday, March 11th, 2018 - 22:18:41 PM. Dining Room. By Dominique Prune.
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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.
Whether you’re a regular entertainer or someone who goes all out for the holidays, you need a well-designed dining room to wow your guests. Fortunately, it’s easy to revive a staid dining room with a few coats of paint. Your dining room paint color can set the tone for dinner parties and family gatherings, so it’s important to consider what kind of mood you want to create. If you’re going for high drama, try a deep shade, such as the rich black Frédéric Malle used in his New York dining room. Pastels and neutrals bring a sense of calm perfect for nightly family dinners.
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