Published at Saturday, August 17th, 2019 - 19:53:21 PM. Dining Room. By Amorette Simard.
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.
Physical Appearance. When we say physical appearance, we mean the shades and hues it comes in, as well as the hardwood type. There are plenty to choose from – from oak, to maple, to walnut, you have plenty of options. There are also dining room sets that you can choose to make the whole process easier. Arts and Crafts dining room sets are one of them, and these help recreate a period of time in history – specifically the Renaissance period. Know your preferences, and also take pictures of your current dining room. This is just so that when go into the stores, you have a basis or a foundation for comparing and contrasting your options.
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