By Arlette Soraya. Dining Room. Published at Wednesday, February 07th, 2018 - 19:53:18 PM.
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.
Moldings and trim paint colors can make a big difference in creating a formal dining space. White-painted baseboards, crown moldings, and mantels add a traditional vibe when paired with color, such as in the Louisville, Kentucky, dining room architect Joel Barkley and designer Todd Klein renovated for clients. The space features soft pink walls, crisp trim, and a glossy white ceiling—a trick Klein picked up from Albert Hadley.
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.
So what are you to do when your dining room seems hopelessly out of sync with your vision for it and doesn’t create the relaxed setting you want? Here are ten great ways to help transform your dining room so that it’s laid back and welcoming. Incorporate them into your planning and achieve the mood you’re looking for.
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