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.
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.
It is a crucible of amazing ideas and innovations from originating from the Middle East the Far East Africa and Europe. It is barely a wonder then that the style is eternally popular and finds space in an ever-changing world full of sophistication and contemporary panache. Today we look at
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.
There are plenty of times when we simply ignore the ceiling and accept it in just plain white. But just like those walls around you ceilings also offer an opportunity to ‘decorate up’ and give the room a visual upgrade.
Feng shui dictates that the dining room should always stay away from the bathroom at all times. It is not just about connectivity but ensure that the bathroom is not even visibly connected with the dining space in any shape or form.
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.
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.