Published at Sunday, September 08th, 2019 - 08:53:47 AM. Dining Room. By Agnès Doucet.
Choosing furniture is often difficult at the best of times, but an open plan dining room makes it even harder. Open plan living spaces are not the easiest to furnish or decorate, so here are some tips to help you avoid some of the more serious errors that can turn a creative dining room into a mismatched jumble. Open areas cannot be regarded as individual rooms, with their own style of décor and furniture, but as matched or contrasting split living areas – which in reality is exactly what they are! When choosing furniture for an open plan dining room you should also consider the décor and lighting, and the need for a focal area in each room involved in the open space. For example, this might be a fireplace or entertainment unit in a living room, and a dining table, buffet or even a specific window in the room.
You will need to consider your space wisely before hitting the furniture stores. A really great warming accent that is easily added is an area rug. Even in a room that is carpeted, an area rug can help accentuate your dining area furniture and tie the whole room together. Use occasional pieces to give your formal dining area a cozier, lived in feel. Ultimately, your dining room should call not just to guests, but to your family to gather daily to share in each other’s lives. Buying the right furniture will make the difference. Plus, there is something to be said for that continued rite of passage for children to graduate from the ”kids table” to the ”big table”. Keep the spirit of family dining alive by finding the right dining room furniture to fit your home.
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