Published at Wednesday, March 27th, 2019 - 09:49:24 AM. Dining Room. By Aubina Villard.
To make formal dining rooms, you need to pay attention to details from the window treatments down to the place mats. Your choice of dining furniture should be inspired by a sense of grandeur, classiness and elegance. In choosing colors for the walls, you can choose light blue, yellow, saffron or light green, shades of pink or orange. To make a happy ambiance, put nature portraits and painting in the room. A mirror facing your table is perceived to improve the chi flow of the dining area. It can double your food, the sign of riches and plenty. Perhaps the center piece can be a full bowl of fresh, crystal, juicy fruits. The design, colors, art, pictures and wall papers, lighting, curtains, dining tables, table cloth, crockery and table wares and mirrors comprise the elements in creating beautiful and functional dining rooms. The dining room is a place where you take meals, spend time with your family and friends where the flow of energy should be gentle. It should be a place of calm and peace!
Many people are tempted to design their dining room in a formal way where everything is perfectly matched, looking like they are living among Better Homes and Garden magazine pages. This style may please some, but for others, creative energies are better delighted using a Southwestern theme decor. A southwest style dining room lends warmth and says ”welcome.” An important idea to keep in mind when developing such a dining room, is to bring in a casual, comfortable, and imperfect feel. While shopping for items for a Southwest dining room, places like flea markets and second hand stores can be a great source for finding just the right distressed piece.
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