Slim white or black picture frames look good in modern contemporary and transitional dining areas while wooden and metallic frames make more impact in traditional rustic farmhouse and industrial dining spaces.
Yes Thanksgiving in particular and fall in general is all about orange orange and more orange. But then how would your Thanksgiving table be special if you just went with the mundane flow?
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.
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!
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.
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.
Every home tells a story. You just need to know where to look and understand the language it speaks. Each little detail décor piece and accessory reveals a bit more about the homeowners.
Allows you to create this soothing living environment by directing the flow of energy in a positive and uplifting fashion. Essentially it is an art of decorating that creates balance and a positive interplay between man and nature.