But you have to be practical and get the best of both worlds and that is possible by using smart room dividers in an open plan living. Create the room-within-a-room even while allowing the space to flow into the next.
The current trend of adding different shades of pink – from pastels to hot pinks – is also an idea you can try out in moderation before committing to it fully. Delicate drapes in white and indoor greenery accentuate the Mediterranean allure.
Nature is a big part of all things Mediterranean and it brings serenity to a dining room full of pattern and color. Décor made from natural materials and calming finishes in earthen tones can be coupled with bright pops of yellow and red for a dining space that is both tranquil and tantalizing.
This is precisely why we suggest you draw some inspiration from the stunning blue Thanksgiving tables below and create one in a shade of violet of blue that you love!
There are plenty of opportunities here like the lighting fixture above the dining table dining table chairs and the table itself which allow you to incorporate gold in a classy and organic manner. For those who wish to start out even smaller a table runner with golden motif dinnerware dipped in gold or even a couple of impressive vases should do the trick.
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.
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.
Pick a singular element or feature that binds the different elements of your gallery wall together. It could be the color of the picture frames their shape size or just the general style.