Your dining area can be utilized in a variety of ways and the space remains a great addition to a residence however big or small your dining area may be. Design your dining room well and it will end up being the hub of your house, and not simply a dumping surface for 'stuffocation' sufferers or a messy desk area for life admin and homework.
Take time to consider the size of the room and also the amount of day light it receives, as it might take on a more practical used in the daytime, for home work or housekeeping, for example. An area flooded with light can hold its own throughout the day when furnished with dark colours, which in turn would be the ideal back drop for an intimate setting at night. However, a naturally darker room may reap the benefits of a lighter touch of pale shades during the day, which is often heated up with subtle lighting at nightfall.
Use a windowpane to add interest. The view of the well stocked garden, available countryside or cityscape can be all that's required to add interest and beauty to small dining area. If you are lucky enough to truly have a picture screen, reserve an area right next to it for your dining table it will work magic. Here, the clean-lined modern-day furniture and pared-back artwork don't struggle with the view, making for a pleasant, peaceful space.
Get a single-colour decorating scheme in a tiny dining room. In this particular space, the same pale grey shade has been used on walls, fireplace, table and chairs so the backdrop seems to recede, making the area feel larger than it really is. Pick one aspect of the area and utilize it to add a contrast tone here it's lilac drapes that provide the interest. The tabletop has been remaining plain commensurate with the ground, while seat addresses introduce some pattern.
This dining space is very little wider than its windows, but it's been maximised with the help of built-in bench seating. Include storage area under benches and that means you are not wasting any space. Add chair pads and scatter pads in a mix of coloured fabrics. Press the largest stand possible between your two benches and make the area special by suspending an large pendant light above. A pleasant, cosy arrangement.