A cozy fireplace (or even faux fireplace) in the corner some lovely wall murals and a pinch of golden glint put the final touches on a dreamy dining room.
The current trend of adding different shades of pink – from pastels to hot pinks – is also an idea you can try out in moderation before committing to it fully. Delicate drapes in white and indoor greenery accentuate the Mediterranean allure.
But with the right amount of creativity and proper planning you can easily add a smart dining area without sacrificing too much space. This lovely little niche can also double as a work area in the tiny apartment or act as a cozy conversation nook when needed.
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.
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.
depends on the style that you have chosen for the room and the colors already used in the space. You can use pops of gold to delineate the kitchen in an open plan living area while making sure that it blends in with the rest of the space.
The gallery wall can bring an element of personal style to the dining room. It can also be used to introduce color and pattern in contemporary dining rooms clad largely in neutral hues. You will not have to commit to long term décor choices while introducing bold new hues in this fashion.
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.