Dining Room. Monday , February 05th , 2018 - 08:42:40 AM
Re-purpose. Re-purpose your existing dining room furniture to give your space a whole new look without the hefty price tag. For instance, stack shelves or serving units to create height and drama, or replace traditional cabinet doors with antique shutters. Changing or rotating seat cushions, picture frames, and other small details can also help brighten up the space without requiring a major redesign.
There are a number of different casual dining room ideas that will encourage your family and friends to stay and chat long after the meal is over. One of the best ways to tell if your dining room is relaxing is based on how you feel when you sit at the table and look around the room. If you feel relaxed and encouraged to hang out at the table, your family and guests will be, too. These days mostly people have their food in the kitchen or in any other part of the house for example the kitchen, living room etc. But dining rooms are reserved for special occasions and when you want to invite someone special then it is a must to have an elegant room to give your guests a pleasant effect.
Plain and simple. Tables of chic eateries everywhere have increased the popularity of simple white serving ware in our kitchens (think back - it really wasn't so long ago that a matching set of patterned plates was everyone's table staple at home). A favourite with the majority of chefs and restaurants, a plain white plate can provide a 'frame' for food, transforming even the most basic beans on toast into a culinary delight, while still proving the perfect foil for more adventurous dinner party dishes. As a result, chefs are increasingly being asked to collaborate with tableware companies when they're developing new products - take Jamie Oliver's collection for Royal Worcester and the new Gordon Ramsay range by Royal Doulton. For the latter, a design team visited the TV star's restaurants to study how both chefs and customers used their plates. The resulting tableware is both glamorous and functional.
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