Published at Saturday, September 07th, 2019 - 05:15:22 AM. Dining Room. By Sylvie Barrientos.
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.
The lighter the wood, the less space it seems to take up, although obviously this is only an illusion. You need to leave at least 4 feet space between each side of the dining table and the walls or other furniture, and also a minimum of 24 inches between chairs. That should be enough information to enable you to work out the size of table you can fit in and how many people you can seat. Don’t try to get away with less space, or your guests will feel squashed and uncomfortable.
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