bianca. Dining Rooms. November 05th , 2019.
Double chandeliers provide plenty of light to this ornate dining room. The painted cove ceiling is further accentuated with white molding. The grand dining table and chairs dominate the space. However, multiple wall mirrors help expand the room’s narrow appearance.
This cozy yet elaborate dining space manages to squeeze a lot into a relatively small footprint. While most would advise against this type of cramped furniture layout, it seems to work for the space. The homeowner of this New York City apartment was not able to change the room’s configuration, so he just decided to go with it and use existing furnishings. Less pattern and color would lessen the visual weight.
Don’t be shy about mixing patterns and colors when you decorate your dining room. You have more creative options for the least-used rooms of your home, so be fearless in your choices. If you want to mix patterns (like stripes and florals) but don’t want to go overboard, a monochromatic color palette can help. Decorating in various shades of the same color gives you a subtle color palette and is accommodating for any type of patterns within that color palette — the best of both worlds.
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