Published at Friday, June 21st 2019. In dining room. By Kamilla Romane.
Surprisingly, dark green looks equally at home in classic dining rooms with a traditional, Victorian or even Mediterranean vibe. As we alluded to earlier, a lot depends on rest of the room and how it is styled. No matter what style you pick, be sure there is plenty of natural light or an even layer of ambient lighting in here to brighten the dining space clad in dark green.
Every home tells a story. You just need to know where to look and understand the language it speaks. Each little detail, décor piece and accessory reveals a bit more about the homeowners. Sometimes it is obvious and on other occasions it is understated. But there are few things that bring a ‘personal touch‘ to your home like photographs, artwork and framed prints hanging in the wall. It is these unique additions that turn a house into a cherished home. And a gorgeous gallery wall brings all these elements together with perfection and panache!
If you follow textile design and you’re interested in hunting down table runners in some of the latest patterns, you may be surprised by how long it takes new motifs to filter down from pillows and sheets to tabletop textiles. In fact, many design houses offer interesting napkins and tea towels while stopping short of runners. A helpful tip: visit Etsy. This online marketplace is filled with artisans who have access to unique fabrics.
Combining the dining area with the kitchen is the easiest and best way forward when it comes to small apartments. Here you can not only save space but also create an ergonomic setting where both the kitchen and dining area feel like one. A common style helps immensely and or those who do not really need an exclusive and spacious dining area, a small breakfast nook will do just fine. It can double as a convenient dining area for a couple and you will not have to spare additional area for an exclusive dining room.
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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