In the tiny apartment a flood of natural light makes a big difference and placing the dining area next to the window gives it that additional cheerful panache. It also allows you to enjoy the view outside and take in the city skyline after sunset.
This is precisely why we suggest you draw some inspiration from the stunning blue Thanksgiving tables below and create one in a shade of violet of blue that you love!
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.
Lighting is a big part of any room and its overall ambiance and it can make or break the room. In the world of feng shui it is even more vital. The rules are not much different from the common sound lighting principles.
Despite the formal dining room increasingly becoming a rarity in modern homes the dedicated dining room or even a considerably large dining area in the open plan living is a great place to try out Mediterranean style.
It can also be used in moderation in rooms in white or gray as an accent hue to highlight the special features of the room. Linking the dining area with the kitchen and living space visually also becomes easier as you can just repeat pops of yellow throughout.
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.
In a square or rectangle dining room the flow of chi is best when you use a dining table with curves. The next best option is the round dining table and staying away from a dining table with sharp edges must be your last resort.