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.
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
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.
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.
With some you might love the table setting and overall look on other occasions it could be the specific plate or décor piece you adore. Take you pick and create your own perfect Thanksgiving table –
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!