Give your dining room showy panache when you hang floor‐length luxurious draperies in a silky gold‐colored cloth over bare windows. The black furniture and gold‐toned draperies create the posh atmosphere within a five‐star restaurant. Or, install energy‐efficient white cellular hues for a no‐nonsense windowpane dressing that brightens a eating area equipped with dark‐colored furniture. A chandelier can steer a dining room toward a specific decorating style. For example, hang a rustic wrought‐iron chandelier over the black dining table to enhance Tuscan decor. Alternatively, suspend a magnificent chandelier with gleaming prisms above the stand for a posh, beautiful look. The glistening crystals and wealthy black stand make a well‐dressed set.
Formal dining room walls tend to be coated in dark hues and may have architectural features such as wainscoting and crown molding finished in dark discolorations. Removing paneling and molding might not be cost‐effective, but color is. Choose colors that encourage an informal, inviting mood. Tones of white permit the room's other elements to stand out. Pastel hues are restful, while neutral hues such as beige and grey supplement any interior decoration style. Banish formal draperies and only floaty sheers or simple Roman or matchstick shades.
Image Title: 10 Foot Slab Dining Table Natural Wood Slab Collection Intended For 10 Foot Dining Table
Image Dimension: 600 x 206 pixels
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Publisher/Author: Vicky Williamson
Uploaded Date: Wednesday - August 09th. 2017 08:01:43 AM
Category: Dining Room
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