BY On Aug 28, 2018 Dining Room
Odds are you’ll want to establish the dining table as the focal point of the room. It can feel empty with the table alone, however, so add a rug for color and texture. Make sure it is at least 24 inches wider than the table on each side to allow room for the chairs to easily slide out without going over the edge of the rug. In addition to grounding the space, having a rug in the dining room will infuse it with a sense of warmth and comfort, especially if you have wood flooring. The extra padding also will make guests more comfortable, and the rug can act as a stain barrier in the event of accidental spills.
It’s not easy to design a space that feels fit for a celebration, yet is still functional for day-to-day living. After all, there’s no sense in having a room in your home that rarely gets used, right?
Your dining room is a truly multi-functional space - it’s where we eat, entertain and sometimes even work. When designing your dining room, think carefully about how you use the space and what you really want to achieve with the area. Whatever your style, room size or budget, we have the dining room design for you.
Since the table is arguably the most important piece of furniture in the space, it can be tempting to choose something that will make a statement. But rather than choosing an ornate design, we recommend keeping the table neutral so that it will remain timeless despite passing trends. When choosing your dining table, it’s important to focus on the quality of construction. Consider using natural materials — such as wood, glass or even stone — that will give you the flexibility to change up the design of the rest of the room in the future.
If there’s one room in your home dedicated to showing off your love of art, make it your dining room. A standout creative work will bring energy to the space, while the slower pace of most special-occasion meals will ensure that your prized piece gets the admiration it deserves.Aside from displaying what you love, it’s important to consider size when choosing what will adorn the walls in your dining room. You want to create a sense of balanced visual weight within the space, so focus on bigger pieces — or a collection of several smaller ones for a gallery wall — that will fill the wall opposite the table.
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