Have you figured out what are the right kind of dining table and chairs for the shape and size of your dining room? Now it’s time to look at other aspects of your dining room such as hutches, buffets, corner cabinets, storage cabinets, sideboards etc. A dining room hutch is an important piece in any dining room and requires attention if it’s attractively decorated or not.
Most hutch designs are used for displaying treasure items. Here are many reasons for purchasing a hutch:
– The most functional reason for getting a hutch.
– Display your fine china and other tableware or silverware.
– Protect your china and other tableware or silverware from dust and dirt and unnecessary handling and moving, minimizing breakage and damage.
– Lay out the salad or the sweet for your guests to help themselves and you can use it as a makeshift bar! – It adds a touch of class. When it’s well matched, it makes a harmonious and stylish picture.
Believe it or not, the way you display your choice objects is just as important as what you display on the shelves. Here are a dining room buffet hutch display ideas:
– Buffet space:
The hutch often covers the top surface of a buffet. You can use the surface as a sideboard for serving bowls and platters.
– Honoring the past:
The hutch often provides the chance to display objects that create style. It’s ideal for showcasing conversation-starting, handed-down treasures such as your grandma’s antique teacups or handcrafted pottery.
– Color coordination:
For a silhouette effect, build on a white hutch with cream or ice-blue accessories in case of your dining room tone is whites and off whites. If your dining room walls and sage accents are silvery gray, display each color inside the hutch to pull the look together.
– Color Separation: The inside scoop:
You can cover the walls with paint or wallpaper in order to keep them from swallowing up or blending with the displayed items. Pull a background color from the dishes to use on the hutch walls in case you plan to go with a dishware-filled hutch. Pale green or blue wallpaper with a simple, large, white geometric design, offsets rustic terra-cotta pots or dark brown dishware are great examples.
– Room to shine:
In any case whatever the style you’re going for, don’t visually overwhelm or clutter the unit; use the “less is more” approach.