Dining Room. Monday , February 05th , 2018 - 08:44:12 AM
A good place to begin is with paint color. You may want to use a monochromatic paint color. So if you are using, for instance, the color tan, you would have two or three shades of tan that would go together and look very nice. If you want a little more color, you can combine different colors, but just make sure they are the same intensity. For even more color, use blues and greens of equal intensity. They have a soothing effect, and you can get away with using a little more color by using blues and greens even in a small room. If you want a very soothing color in a small dining room, use pale blue. This is a color that you can live with for a long time, and I really don't think you will get tired of it.
Shop Around. When decorating your dining room, never underestimate the value of a little footwork! Resist the urge to purchase everything all at once at a big box store; there are much better ways to get value for your money. Particularly in the case of furniture, second-hand stores, thrift shops, and garage sales are your greatest ally. Also remember that all the techniques you've used to update and improve your own furniture can work on yard sale finds as well!
Large dinner plates will give food room to breathe. According to John Lewis, the size of tableware has increased over the last few years, and many plates are now 30cm whereas the standard is 27cm. Also think about pieces that can work for starters, sides and desserts. The experts agree that multifunctional, medium-sized bowls are an essential. A favourite with foodies everywhere, they can be used to serve anything from soups and salads to pasta and puddings, with deep versions being ideal for casual eating when food is balanced on laps.
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