Want to realise the potential of your small dining area? Whether your stand and recliners are crammed into the tiniest of rooms, or are just stealing a corner from another space in the house, there are several actions you can take to make food times a pleasure.
As general rule, the more robust the red the less of it you will need, so try a shot of stunning cerise with dark-colored and white to make a complex look that's oozing with energy. Use white as the base as it sets off any green to its best gain. Introduce the explosion of coloring with sumptuous velvet seats and vivid draperies. Team with dark-colored accents to have the look from girly to glam. An opulent orb pendant light will trim the appearance towards opulent 1950s Hollywood.
If you're trying to accomplish a peaceful and modern eating environment, intricate habits in neutral hues won't go a neglect. Replace traditional dark walls with patterned wallpaper or uplifting shades in neutral tones. Modern bookcases and floor to ceiling shelving can look great when stacked with catalogs and quirky objects.
Luckily, it takes merely an afternoon to really get your kitchen perfectly clean again. While it isn't the most glamourous chore, it must be done! So, get out your cleaning items, put on your preferred music and use these tips to deep clean your kitchen to make it sparkle again.
A dark, small space with a low ceiling might seem to be an unlikely contender for an effective dining room scheme, but just understand this wonderful design. An all-over whitewash of wall surfaces, roof and floor has a modernising effect, making a dark space light and creating the feel of any gallery or exhibition space. The white backdrop throws everything in the room into sharp pain relief: artwork, bench, classic recliners and farmhouse stand, but it is the pops of red (artwork, lampshade, table) that are the final ingredient of this successful scheme one that manages to be more than the sum of its parts.