Mason jar chandeliers have grown to be popular for farmhouse styles and can be a fun project regarding the right materials. Some simply repaint a vintage chandelier. My favorite is the DIY string chandelier. This modern-looking chandelier is an easy DIY project for anyone to make, with many items you can find at your local art store. See this article from Carey Creates how you may make one for your dining area.
Consider a goblet fronted cabinet, second-hand ones can be upcycled with car paint or wallpaper, it will give a self-contained place for stuff but can look damn cool into the bargain. If you are really trapped for space for storage, a good hint is to 'look high and low'. A high-level shelf running around a wall membrane or two is surprisingly convenient for storing and showing jugs, silverware and so on. Lower down, benches which double as safe-keeping or low-level built-in cupboards along a wall structure that can be used as car seats, are a good guess.
If you have the space, consider adding a larder-style cupboard into the dining room program. Storage upon this mighty level means there must not be anything remaining cluttering up your dining room. Make an attribute than it by painting it in contrasting colors. Combine jungle greens with ointments for a tropical look that keeps elegance.
If you're upgrading your current oven, you will have to find an option that meets with your current space. Decide if you need to have your oven different from your stovetop, as many models include both. If you are looking at more compact options, an oven with a range is the ideal solution. If you're upgrading to a newer model, consider options that contain smart technology integrated. GE makes newer models of wall structure ovens that can place and control cooking time.
Another good starting point is to take into account the number of individuals you are likely to entertain at any one time. You might not be able to change the area size, but there are means of adapting the area to appeal to the amount of guests, such as using extendable tables and collapse up chairs. If you like to provide food inside the dining area, then buffet desks and sideboards with the addition of a hot dish are a great idea.