By Didier Asselin. Dining Room. Published at Friday, July 26th, 2019 - 21:59:38 PM.
Set up the Lights! It is important to make the lighting of the room portray the proper ambience, so that your mood isn’t tarnished while you inhabit the dwelling that is your dining room. Keep the windows open, install proper lighting fixtures that light up the room in an even glow, so that darkness gets dispelled and you don’t have to strain your eyes. Make sure that the light is diffuse, and not sharp to sting in your eyes. This will play a major role for whatever setting you recreate in your dining room.
Don’t worry too much about your hickory tables changing in color. As said previously, the tones will change to something closer to amber, but hickory is not known for its drastic color changes. While it will definitely move closer to amber as it ages, it will not be so noticeable that all your accessories will start to look all wrong for it. Chances are you will still be able to use the same accessories for them.
Characteristics and Personality Traits. Even though the bedroom is really your personal space, the dining area should also emit certain characteristics and traits to exhibit an atmosphere that you would like your guests to bask in when they come and have a meal with you and your family. What key emotions or characteristics do you want the room to emulate? Do you want a warm and lively atmosphere, a quiet and intimate atmosphere, or something that is historic and recreates a period of time for the interest factor? These are things that you need to decide on for yourself in choosing the best dining room furniture for your dining area.
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.
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