Dining Room / June 28, 2018 / Richard Odilon.
Summer blooms, plucked fresh from the garden, are the starting point for a dining scheme of hot hues. At the window and French doors, big florals feature on full-length curtains for a splashy impact, while touches of yellow liven up the table runner, bowls and cups. Pale floorboards and limed oak furniture provide the sun-bleached elements of a room with a warm welcome.
It's a commonly accepted myth that dining table and chairs have to all match absolutely perfectly, but a little variation can work terrifically well. By selecting a few different shades for seat pads, a funky and modern look can be effortlessly created and against a neutral backdrop, such as a white wall, the visual impact will be utterly incredible. Different colour palettes could even be used, seasonally.
Add a table. The ultimate fuss-free option, a simple round table is a sure winner with those who don’t like larger, fitted pieces of furniture. Storage isn’t always about concealing belongings. Position a table in an alcove rather than adding built-in cupboards or shelving and use the tabletop for practical as well as decorative objects, such as lighting, ornaments and photo frames.
Bring the outdoors in with the prettiest of country dining room tables, set before French doors and a wafting white curtain. A ditsy tablecloth in vibrant pink is joined by napkins in contrasting polka dots and traditional china for a dining scene sprinkled with spring charm. Painted chairs with X-design backs are topped with invitingly plump floral cushions to encourage guests to linger.
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