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.
Even in the open plan living the gallery wall gives the dining space in the corner a distinct identity and style of its own. Most importantly it brings warmth character and a ‘bit of you’!
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.
Next on list is the Textured Serveware from Westelm that seems contemporary classy and fit or every occasion. This is one of those collections that can be used for any festive celebration and looks both trendy and sophisticated.
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.
We all eternally search for peace and tranquility in our lives. It seems like an endless and constant search and different people take different routes to try achieving it. In a world filled with chaos order is rarely found.
It is amazing how two seemingly different hues can come together to create a lovely and exciting dining room. The combination of red and gold might sound a touch too outlandish for some.
Adding a dining area to the already tiny urban apartment feels like an extravagance at times. It is easy to understand why many homeowners struggle to create the perfect dining area in the small apartment where every square inch matters immensely.