Putting together a dining room with a live-edge table is much more about the rest of the room than the table itself. A top quality natural-edge table with a beautiful finish will most likely be an expensive purchase (even if you buy it from your local craftsman), but it is well worth the money spent. There are always cheaper alternatives around, but we suggest you buy the best table you can afford, as this will help you reduce costs in the long run. Adding a small natural-edge bench crafted from the same wood as the table, a beautiful credenza or buffet in a different wooden finish, or even just a small side table in the corner can give the room a more curated look.
The idea of Western design borrowing from oriental elements is nothing new. The inherent minimalism of Japanese design and timeless beauty of Chinese style and its unique flavor provide plenty of options for those looking eastward for some design inspiration. While the name `Asian style‘ is far too broad, it often points to a style derived from the Far East, with ideas from Japan and China dominating the conversation. Sure, you can also go a bit Indian or even Javanese when planning your Asian-inspired dining room, but for today`s story we stick to these two cultures and the many delights that they have to offer!
Red coupled with black is a timeless showstopper that works even in these affluent dining rooms, but feel free to experiment with different shades of red ranging from seductive scarlet to fascinating fuchsia to find the ideal hue for your dream dining room. Once again, it is important to remember that this not just about walls alone, and decor, accessories and drapes in red come together to create a richer and more appealing setting.
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