Dinning Published by Dresdner Dominga, Wednesday, November 08th 2017, 21:27:32 PM.
Last but not least are the napkins. A really interesting style is to use two different colors of napkins and make a star like shape. Start by laying one down parallel with the table and then turn the next one forty five degrees in either direction. Another great idea is to take the two colors and tie them together in a bow or other shapes
The color range you have in your room is just as important as the furniture you place there - and you do have a wide range of styles, picture, decorative items, rugs and pieces of furniture to play around with. Try and combine colors that go together. Complementary colors would be those that don’t clash together,and you can easily find these (there are too many options to list)with a quick search on the web. The important thing is not the brightness, or the strength of the color. What you need to focus on is the color tone that will drive the look of the room.
Hayes Table These are space saving elegance with two drop leaves on either side of the table; it could be place in the kitchen up against the wall or in the center for a better effect. Made from 100 percent selected hardwood for long-lasting durability and beauty, these tables come in antique ivory or black or English pine. Offers spacious seating because of the turned pedestal base and it fits most kitchen.
Homelegance Avalon Table These are round dinning room tables that remind people of the 1930’s Art Deco period and they make a terrific center piece to any dinning room. Versatile and smooth is the dark brown cherry finish and the stability comes from the substantial pedestal base.
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