Dining Room. Published at Saturday, June 17th 2017, 15:31:20 PM by Mady Fischer.
There are also other interesting and unusual flooring options you can explore besides the usual wood boards and tiles. For example, check out this exposed brick pattern. There are several ways to get this look: with actual bricks, with patterned carpet, with tiles or by having the floor custom painted.
Let’s say you want your dining room to have a large ornate chandelier. Its opulent presence will most likely have to be toned down by other pieces which are simple or contrast with the light fixture in some way or another. An unfinished or reclaimed wood table could be the piece you’re looking for.
If you want to bring more natural light into your dining room décor then you can use skylights and clerestory windows. It would also help to have large windows or glass doors connecting the dining space to a terrace or deck.
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