By Clemence Eustache. Dining Room. Published at Monday, May 14th, 2018 - 06:33:16 AM.
Pink is perfect for lifting your spirits, and features in candles, glassware and cushions. We love the butterfly design on this ombre tealight holder. It will cast a lovely romantic light.
For many of us, our dining room is often combined in an open-plan setting with a kitchen or living area, which can make it difficult to define the space with it’s own unique style or design. Those people who are lucky enough to have a separate dining room are often faced with the opposite and can overlook the space because it is used fairly infrequently.
Go for a single-colour decorating scheme in a small dining room. In this space, the same pale grey shade has been used on walls, fireplace, table and chairs so that the backdrop seems to recede, making the room feel larger than it really is. Pick one element of the room and use it to introduce a contrast shade – here it’s lilac curtains that provide the interest. The tabletop has been left plain in keeping with the floor, while seat covers introduce a touch of pattern.
Bring a touch of feminine softness to a dining room with a decorative armoire. Opt for a glass-fronted display unit that will show off tableware and glassware rather than keeping it hidden from view. The curvaceous lines and ornate features of this cabinet bring an on-trend, opulent feel to the dining room. After all, the devil is in the detail.
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