An oversized pendant above the petite dining area is a trend that is currently hot and something you can try out easily. This accentuates the dining area even further while the large pendant also anchors the space stylishly.
Allows you to create this soothing living environment by directing the flow of energy in a positive and uplifting fashion. Essentially it is an art of decorating that creates balance and a positive interplay between man and nature.
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.
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!
Slim white or black picture frames look good in modern contemporary and transitional dining areas while wooden and metallic frames make more impact in traditional rustic farmhouse and industrial dining spaces.
But being clear about this one common feature makes it a whole lot easier while thinking about what needs to go up on the gallery wall. Consider the style of the dining room and the existing colors in the space before you make these choices.
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.
But these exquisite spaces are full of regal and timeless charm with styles that range from Victorian and traditional to transitional and modern. Red brings brightness to the room while gold fills it with unrivalled opulence.