Dining Room. Monday , February 05th , 2018 - 08:46:53 AM
Colour, Material and Style: The best thing about having custom made furniture is that you can choose anything you want. Everything is made according to your own requirements. You can have anything you want from classy to contemporary or even country. But one thing must be kept in mind that the furniture should be comfortable. The material used these days for formal dining room is wood, metal and glass. So, with bespoke furniture you don't have to buy furniture made of ply wood or pressed material which gives a low quality look. Try using light colors for dining room to give it a soothing effect. For styling, it really depends on what you want but have the bespoke furniture team visit your dining room and let them guide you what is best for you.
Colour and texture. 'The classic white plate is the white T-shirt of the tabletop world,' says Donna Hay, Livingetc's contributing food editor. Donna suggests thinking of your tabletop in the same way you think of fashion. 'Adding colour or texture is easy to do with dipping bowls, platters and other smaller items. Just as with fashion, these are those inexpensive accessory purchases that are easy to part with after the trend has passed'. Another way to introduce personality is by mixing basics with well-loved, vintage hand-me-downs or flea-market finds. 'We're definitely getting more eclectic,' says Bill Granger. 'I used to have cupboards full of white plates, but now colour and pattern are creeping back in. I have plates that don't match for the first time in years.' This works equally well in reverse if you've inherited a traditional dinner service, as by interspersing homely items, you can create a much friendlier atmosphere. Alternatively, Caroline Clifton-Mogg, author of China and Glass (Jacqui Small, £25), suggests going for different textures and tones of white to create a more varied look. 'Buy dishes that include white in the design, but add one or two new colours or a motif in a different hue.'
Refurbish. One of the biggest secrets of budget dining room design is to use what you already have! Begin your design project by thinking about what it is that you want from your space, and how your existing furniture differs from your design. If your existing furniture is still sturdy, there are lots you can do to improve or alter the aesthetic appeal. The solution could be as simple as a coat of paint in a fun new color, or replacing the top or your old table with a new one in a more contemporary shape. Buff out old scratches, and give aging wood a new coat of polyurethane or furniture wax.
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