Then there are occasions when the tiny dining area sits at the heart of it all and becomes the showstopper. Make sure though that the style of the dining area matches with that of the living space and dining next to it to create a more curated apartment.
One of the most common features of modern homes is the open plan living room with a dining area that just feels like an extension of the kitchen or the living area itself. We are tempted to say that this is a complete ‘no-no’ in the world defined by feng shui.
If a ceiling in gold feels like a touch too much for your home then accent walls with golden motifs is the next best option. Gold accents in the dining room provide you with the easiest way to try out the warm metallic hue before committing to it in a more extensive fashion.
Beyond colors like blue yellow and red you can also work with shades of gray white and brown in the Mediterranean dining room with contemporary elements.
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.
Of course the first place when it comes to using the principles of Feng shui is often the bedroom flowed by the living room. But this ancient Oriental approach to life also works very well in the dining room.
You can also get bowls and mugs in matching pattern to complete the set and you will definitely not regret splurging on these masterfully crafted serveware pieces. The Mudcloth Table Runner in unique in more ways than one and we will let its makes tell you more about it –
Combining the dining area with the kitchen is the easiest and best way forward when it comes to small apartments. Here you can not only save space but also create an ergonomic setting where both the kitchen and dining area feel like one.