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Design tips for a dining room

The dining room in any home is just as significant as living spaces, kitchen and bathroom. A dining room should be designed for casual family meals, and allow for a quick change for entertaining friends and family.

 

When designing and decorating a dining room, the focus should be on picking the perfect dining table and chairs that will complement the living and other adjoining areas of the home. Selection of traditional solid wood or ultra modern dining table with designer glass top is based upon an overall interior design theme. The goal is to have all the elements of your home co-exist in perfect harmony with each other. The furniture selection combined with custom designed cabinetry and state-of-the-art illumination can give a spark to your dining room that will be the envy of all your guests.

Eye-catching flooring and custom artwork will create glamorous surroundings in the dining area, while wall and window treatments will accentuate the beauty of your dining area.

Finally, having a good selection of accessories is almost as important as the entire room itself. It will be your final touch and it needs to be the right touch! So always go slow with each piece so that way you’ll avoid extra expenses and your project will end successfully.

Open plan dining room

In a dining room that is open plan to the kitchen - or other areas of the home - it is essential to carry through colours and elements of those rooms to balance the look and have a harmonious dining space that blends with the home.

Mix and match

Matching chairs carry through to the dark wood countertop of the open-plan kitchen and the lounge beyond.

Completed with an elegant table centrepiece and flower arrangement that add a simple, uncluttered touch, and you have room to be proud of.

Add a touch of elegance

A bevelled mirror with a black frame hanging over a black dresser adds elegance to this gorgeous dining room with its stainless steel and smoked glass dining room table.

 

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