Published at Sunday, September 08th, 2019 - 12:59:28 PM. Dining Room. By Rosamonde Leroux.
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 requires you to know the sizes you want for your dining area (as you can probably have it as big or as intimate as you like, depending on what you need). Never go into a furniture store without measurements, as this will be a waste of time for both yours and the store’s part. Also, do not be tempted to compromise fit for design. Understandably, some designs will appeal more to you than others, but if it doesn’t contribute to the overall feeling of belonging and comfort in the home, chances are, buying it would be a grave mistake to make. Therefore, before you make that trip to the shop, get that measuring tape out and take down notes -you’ll find that it will save you from a lot of doubting or extra trips home later, as you will be confident about the sizes you need for your home.
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