Dinning Published by Dresdner Dominga, Monday, December 25th 2017, 20:25:57 PM.
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.
Be consistent: Consistency with the room’s use, for a example in a dinning room you will need tables and chairs; in a bedroom- a bed, a night table and so on. That is the first part, the other is that the furniture has to combine well together. This does not necessarily mean that everything has to be part of the same pattern but it does mean being consistent with the style you want. There can be, and probably will be, times when you have individual pieces of furniture or even one specific one that you just can’t live without. So even if it is hard to mix styles you can integrate colors. Also a great thing about some rules is that you can break them. In this case it can mean that the table or armchair that you want can be located in the room to stand out amongst everything else.
The table size will have to be considered as well. Look at the number of people that will be fitting at the table on a regular basis and get tables that have enough room. When it comes to this dinning room furniture, go for the versatile kind. Look for extendables so that you can always be as flexible as possible.
Colour use: After general style, colours are the second most important design factor. The colours of your dining room should match your dining furniture.. If you have a large dark wooden table it is not advisable to have light colours on the wall. Likewise if the rest of your furniture is bright, stay away from dark colours on the wall. In general you will want to avoid mixing too many colours at once in your dining room. Bright and loud colours have their place in a modern or contemporary dining area. Remember the dining room is for enjoying good food and conversation and too many loud colours may be a distraction. The colour red is associated with stimulating the appetite, as such strawberry or tomato, therefore these colours will help you, your family and friends enjoy their food!
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