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.
Lighting is a big part of any room and its overall ambiance and it can make or break the room. In the world of feng shui it is even more vital. The rules are not much different from the common sound lighting principles.
But with the right amount of creativity and proper planning you can easily add a smart dining area without sacrificing too much space. This lovely little niche can also double as a work area in the tiny apartment or act as a cozy conversation nook when needed.
From décor and accents to luxurious kitchens draped entirely in gold this fascinating collection will leave you captivated –
There is something undeniably magnetic and eternally charismatic about Mediterranean decorating style. The first and foremost reason why it is so very special is the confluence of contrasting cultures and backdrops that make their presence felt within its wide and vibrant manifestations.
Do not shy away from using bold colors in the dining room along with your favorite shade of light blue or dashing gray. Yes the rectangle dining table is popular and one that is extendable offers even more functionality. But feng shui suggests using an oval dining table instead.
It can also be used in moderation in rooms in white or gray as an accent hue to highlight the special features of the room. Linking the dining area with the kitchen and living space visually also becomes easier as you can just repeat pops of yellow throughout.
Create an even layer of lighting and we suggest adding mood lighting to alter the appeal of the room when needed. Candles at night and a skylight during daytime provide that extra punch while a mirror that creates visual space makes it far more special.