Published at Sunday, September 08th, 2019 - 22:20:00 PM. Dining Room. By Élisabeth Vertefeuille.
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.
However, while your table doesn’t necessarily have to match the colors of your walls or other items in the house, they must certainly match the chairs, servers, and cabinets. These are the more predominant areas of your dining area, and you have to make sure that even though these items are not of the same color, they must at least be a few shades close to the hue you have chosen for your dining table. Color coordination still plays a very important role in mealtimes, as the overall goal is to encourage people to do what they are supposed to do in the dining area – to eat a good meal.
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