Try to give the dining room a balance of elements by adding a small indoor water feature in the backdrop. If that feels a bit unrealistic then connect the dining area with the pool and garden outside using sliding glass doors or floor-to-ceiling glass windows. Nature always gives an interior calming and curated appeal.
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.
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.
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!
But you have to be practical and get the best of both worlds and that is possible by using smart room dividers in an open plan living. Create the room-within-a-room even while allowing the space to flow into the next.
We start off with a Thanksgiving table idea from Anthropologie that involves some of its best pieces ranging from the Camellia Tablecloth and Atelier Flatware to Ambrose wine Glasses and Glenna Serveware.
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.
When it comes to doors the main door for the formal dining area should be the one clearly leading the way into the room and the chair of the head of the family must be placed as far from it as possible.