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.
In a square or rectangle dining room the flow of chi is best when you use a dining table with curves. The next best option is the round dining table and staying away from a dining table with sharp edges must be your last resort.
When it comes to space-saving dining tables nothing beats the circular table with a pedestal stand. This frees up leg space and the lack of edges also allows you to tuck the chairs in when they are not in use. The small round white dining table is the perfect addition in an open plan living already clad in neutral hues.
Despite the formal dining room increasingly becoming a rarity in modern homes the dedicated dining room or even a considerably large dining area in the open plan living is a great place to try out Mediterranean style.
Classic stone walls or even brick veneer that gives textural beauty to rooms that lack the timeless vibe add another layer of intrigue to the space. Iron lighting fixtures and gorgeous sconces add further charm to these exquisite spaces.
Having already shared with our readers inspirations that showcase the use of gold in different rooms of the house today we turn our attention to dining rooms that tap into the beauty of the eternally popular metallic yellow glint.
Its many colors and textures leave you spellbound while its more modern versions seamlessly blend in with polished kitchens and living areas in an open plan setting. From the simply amazing to the understated
We finish today’s series with tree Thanksgiving must-haves that you simply cannot miss; yup we saved the best for the last! The Gilded Botany Dinner Plate that you see below makes for a sparkling addition to any Thanksgiving dinner table and seems to imbibe the freshness of spring along with the leafy charm of fall.