Co-ordinate a big open-plan room with a happy blend of colours. Focus on a natural backdrop throughout and add strikes of colour across the scheme using delicate furnishings. Keep carefully the functional kitchen a defining monochrome and then merge into cool subtle grey and pastels for a seating zone (this one benefits from an abundance of natural light). Finally, bring a reclaimed dinner set back to life with co-ordinating couch pads in lively jewel shades for an uplifting eclectic end that works.
If you're buying traditional look but want still want a attractive element that pops, a lantern chandelier is a superb choice. Although it hangs vertically such as a traditional chandelier, the lighting is usually surrounded by a steel frame. They also come in various sizes, so a lantern chandelier can be the perfect addition to a small dining room.
Lower Cleaning Time. Careful design decisions make cleaning easy. Goblet refrigerator shelves catch spills that wire shelves let through. Flush collection or undermount sinks don't have a crumb getting rim to be anxious about. Matte finishes don't show mud up to polished ones do.
A dark, very small space with a low ceiling might seem to be an unlikely contender for an effective dining room structure, but just look at this wonderful design. An all-over whitewash of surfaces, ceiling and floor has a modernising effect, making a dark space light and creating the feel of the gallery or exhibition space. The white backdrop throws everything in the room into sharp relief: artwork, bench, vintage recliners and farmhouse table, but it's the pops of red (artwork, lampshade, table) that will be the final ingredient of this successful scheme one that manages to be more than the amount of its parts.
instead of chairs on one area of your table eliminates the area you'll typically need to lower back up in a seat, freeing up more room to path traffic. Plus, it's always nice to get extra seating readily available, even though space is small.