One of the most common features of modern homes is the open plan living room with a dining area that just feels like an extension of the kitchen or the living area itself. We are tempted to say that this is a complete ‘no-no’ in the world defined by feng shui.
depends on the style that you have chosen for the room and the colors already used in the space. You can use pops of gold to delineate the kitchen in an open plan living area while making sure that it blends in with the rest of the space.
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.
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.
From décor and accents to luxurious kitchens draped entirely in gold this fascinating collection will leave you captivated –
The gorgeous Thanksgiving table in serene blue and indigo with a leafy tablecloth is from Martha Stewart while the last table in this section has been carefully put together in style with serveware from Anthropologie. Both look equally enchanting!
In the dedicated formal dining room a ceiling gold looks like a magical masterpiece that elevates it to a whole new level. In the open plan living it can create a visual boundary between the dining area and the living room while adding to its style quotient.
Large corner glass windows sliding glass doors that extend the dining area into the garden and archways which link the interior with the outdoors are the perfect way to add even more greenery to the background.