While storage area is key, you do not want bulky furniture pieces disrupting the flow of the area so try going for wall-hung shelving. It's an opportunity to show off collectables, fine china and classic pieces, that will give the room a lttle bit of character. If you're eating area is within an open-plan space, a room divider by means of a floor-to-ceiling bookshelf can help create a sense of initmacy while also providing a space to decoratively display books and things.
Warm up a rustic kitchen-diner with gentle furnishings in a mix of disparate patterns and delicate autumnal colours to create a calm cottage feel. Mixture warm shades that comes after nature's lead. Anchor the look with a signature tablecloth featuring a geometric style in burnt umber, then attract the seating with a variety of cushions in earthy shades and various designs. Emphasise the lived-in and active with plenty of glazed ceramics and kitchen accessories. Here, an ochre Roman blind brings a burst of warming yellow.
If you more space, a sideboard is just the thing. It neatly stores all you need and gives you a surface for offering dishes and wine bottles, too. Alcoves can be utilised for dining room storage, stacking them with your favourite cookbooks adds a nice culinary touch.
Paint a single cabinet a solid shade to stick out and make a cool, stylish atmosphere. Let an impressive and sturdy dresser dominate the eating out space in stormy grey. Choose rustic furniture in natural shades as a counterpoint to the extreme paint colour. Hang up an antique chandelier for an air of luxury and keep carefully the cabinet crockery very and co-ordinated with an all-white display.
Remember to consider how big is the room and also the amount of day light it receives, as it might take on a more practical use in the daytime, for home work or housekeeping, for example. An area flooded with light can hold its own throughout the day when embellished with dark colors, which would be the ideal backside drop for a romantic setting in the evening. However, a obviously darker room may reap the benefits of a lighter touch of pale colours each day, which is often warmed up with subtle light at nightfall.