Published at Tuesday, 19 March 2019. dining room. By Kamilla Romane.
Wooden dining tables were seen as a thing of the past just a few years ago. It was especially considered a big 'no-no' in the 90's that saw shift towards more polished and less natural materials in home design. But the last few years and eco-conscious consumers have once again revived the classic and elegant wooden dining table.
For many of us, embracing the darker hue of a color always feels a touch more risky than its lighter counterpart. It can be tricky indeed and a dark green backdrop done wrong can quickly give the dining room a dull and boring appeal. But get it spot on and you have a showstopper that instantly lifts spirits! A dark green accent wall is the best option in contemporary dining areas set in an open plan living. This delineates space with ease and gives the dining room an identity of its own.
Cathedral-style ceilings, wooden roofs with herringbone pattern and exposed ceiling beams help create a beautiful Mediterranean dining room that is even more enduring. The ceiling plays an important part in Mediterranean spaces and leaving it white only takes away from the grandeur of the spaces. A cozy fireplace (or even faux fireplace) in the corner, some lovely wall murals and a pinch of golden glint put the final touches on a dreamy dining room.
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