Have you heard that dining room décor is the source of happiness in your house? It’s true, because it adds value to your place and it will impress everybody. To be honest, decorating your dining room is not difficult or expensive at all! There are many ways to create your dreaming dining room that fits your budget such as the lighting, the furnishings or the art. Here are few dining room decorating ideas to get you started:
– Wine racks: They safely store your favorite dinner wines as they serve as pieces of art themselves.
– Decorative mirrors: Mirrors can create a brighter atmosphere if they are well placed in your dining room and because they are lovely, they can be used as wall art too!
– European tapestries: They give your dining room a sense of old world style if you have high quality European ones that have the look of elegance and style without costing you lots!
– Gourmet desserts: Beautify your loved trays with piles of desserts like donuts, cakes and tarts for after dinner.
– Clocks: The wall clocks match almost any décor style as they are a great option to bring art and function to your dining area.
– Stained glass panels: They can be placed over the window and witness your dining room evolution before your eyes!
– Vases: They are considered as centerpieces for the dining table or side cupboard because both of them are decorative and useful.
– Candle holders: They add personality and style to your dining area by choosing different styles of candle holders to reveal your personal style and décor.
White or light colored walls will make the room look larger, while if you have a particularly large room; darker colors can make it appear more intimate. Try to cut back on very bright primary colors: it is fine to have one brightly colored wall if the others match with a more muted pastel shade, but too much color is not usually recommended for a dining room.
Windows can seem larger if they have narrow frames and surrounding woodwork, and cutting back on the drapes also tends to help open out a room. As previously mentioned, mirrors can also be used to make a room appear more expansive, but should be avoided with larger rooms if you wish to create an intimate atmosphere. Dining rooms tend to be the source of a lot of conversation, so wallpapers are better than painted walls for absorbing sound waves. A carpet or rug also absorbs sound better than wood flooring. Without some form of sound absorption, voices will be reverberating from surface to surface, and the conversation will be booming rather than muted.