Then there are occasions when the tiny dining area sits at the heart of it all and becomes the showstopper. Make sure though that the style of the dining area matches with that of the living space and dining next to it to create a more curated apartment.
Just pick a picture frame that you love and use it for all your prints photographs and artwork to create a common thread. Once you have this you can either pick a common theme for the gallery wall or make one that is just eclectic or even bordering on the eccentric.
Wall art that showcases food in the dining room might sound a bit old-fashioned but it works well every single time. Make sure you have a picture or two of delicious food and combining fiery accents of red orange or yellow with neutral backdrops creates the ideal backdrop.
A perfect gallery wall with black and white prints always ends up stealing the show without going over the top. You can always incorporate a few posters or photographs with a hint of color amidst it all to make it even more exciting.
When it comes to doors the main door for the formal dining area should be the one clearly leading the way into the room and the chair of the head of the family must be placed as far from it as possible.
We all eternally search for peace and tranquility in our lives. It seems like an endless and constant search and different people take different routes to try achieving it. In a world filled with chaos order is rarely found.
Even in the open plan living the gallery wall gives the dining space in the corner a distinct identity and style of its own. Most importantly it brings warmth character and a ‘bit of you’!
And at the heart of every great Thanksgiving celebration is the Thanksgiving table – an entity that demands plenty of attention and care. Even if you plan to invite just a couple of friends and family members you eventually end up doing the whole gig in the best way possible because the occasion is such.