Published at Sunday, September 08th, 2019 - 22:22:16 PM. Dining Room. By Élisabeth Vertefeuille.
Avoid a Clash of Styles. Many people ask whether the various areas in an open plan design should share a common decorative theme. If you use the same style, such as employing a contemporary, colonial or traditional style of furnishing for each area, the living and dining areas will flow into each other, and it is generally recommend that you do this: you should treat the two as being a single large room, although you can accentuate differences using accent pieces and individual items of home décor.
Customization. Finally, the last criterion is customization. Now, of all these tips, this is probably one of the best to keep in mind. You see, no matter how amazing your formal dining room set may be, if it doesn’t look good in your house, it will never fit in with the rest of your furniture. Make sure you canvass different stores and brands carefully, letting your eyes do all the observing. It would be good to take raw pictures of your dining room at home without the furniture, taking close-up shots of panels, cabinets, and floors as much as possible so that you can compare products with those that you already have at home. Never be afraid to ask for help if you are unsure of which product to buy or which specs to look for. It is better to consult someone who knows what he’s doing than end up buying the wrong dining room furniture and having to return it again, therefore wasting time, energy, and resources. Learn how to take measurements to make sure that your dining room set will totally fit into your dining area.
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