By Patricia Flamand. Dining Room. Published at Sunday, September 08th, 2019 - 08:23:01 AM.
A specific type of color coordination that would apply directly to woodwork is stain matching. This is simply making sure that your dining room table’s woodwork matches your existing woodwork. If you are confused about which exact color you want to get to make sure that you don’t get a shade that throws you off the original woodwork you have in your dining area, look at each stain design carefully – you should actually be able to figure out the different colors that comprise it, and you will most likely come up with brown, red, and orange, which are the most common colors. Consult your local carpenter or painter if you are still unsure.
For example, do not use a Stickley classical colonial style in your living room and Simply Amish mission furniture in your dining room because they will clash and not look right together. By using lighting such as spotlights, accent lighting and even different levels of lighting, you can differentiate between the two areas visually, and you can also do a lot with the windows in each part of the area.
Budget and Value for Money. One cannot ever take away the financial or money factor because you do have to shell out a significant amount to invest in dining room furniture. The key here is to think long term, so you want an investment that is really worth it – never mind if you have to pay a premium for value, just as long as the furniture you get is durable and will last you for years. It is always good to have a budget in mind, but don’t hesitate to pay a little more if it will give you a much better deal.
Your furniture should comfortably fit the available space – cramming in too much furniture will spoil the effect. You should select a table, for example, that allows ample room for traffic and for guests to be seated. This applies to any room of course, but is particularly true of an open plan arrangement. Many open dining areas are fairly small, so a small table would best, but one that can be extended to seat more when you have dinner guests. A slimline buffet for your crockery and cutlery would also be useful, and many are available today that take up very little floor space when set against a wall. They also look good
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