10 Things You Need To Know Before Your Furnish A Dining Room
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If you have never worked on dining room decoration before but are now looking to furnish a room from scratch, some of the tips for the beginners may come in handy to avoid common interior decoration mistakes and create a setting that is truly impressive. In particular, make a note of the 10 things you need to know before your furnish a dining room:
Your dominant decoration material
The first thing to define is the material that is going to dominate in your room. For example, is it going to be genuine wood (or more affordable MDF in wood effect) or shiny high gloss?
Complementary materials to make the picture complete
Next, you will have to think of other materials to complement your decoration setting. If, for example, you are working on an industrial or a loft interior, wood should best of all be complimented with brick and metal.
Your dominant interior colour
Then, of course, is your dominant decoration colour. For starters, is the dining room going to be light or dark?
Accent shades to make the room impressive
Depending on the room size, you can have up to three colour blends in your decoration setting. Ideally, accent accessorising shades should be contrasting — for example, the blend of light and dark shades is always in trend.
Major decoration focus of the room
Even if you decide to go with genuine wood, you still have to define your major decoration focus. What kind of wooden furniture is it going to be — modern, traditional, rustic, or maybe even vintage?
Dining table seating capacity
After that, you can move on to the specifics. Your dining table seating capacity is one of the thing you need to know before you can hit the stores. All in all, your immediate family plus an extra seat or two is usually enough for a compact room.
Extendable or non-extendable table
Next, consider a chance of going with an extending dining table — it may offer you even more extra seats on occasion, which is, of course, a huge perk.
The number of chairs you have in mind
If you go with an extending table, you should also think how many chairs you are going to keep just in case — and, since you are already there — where you are going to keep them.
Approximate chair style
Here, you should decide if the chairs you choose should match the table (blend in with it) or, on the contrary, contrast it. Also, think if you are going to shop for table and chairs separately or as a part of the set.
Other furniture units you want to have
Finally, do not forget about any other furniture you will need — sideboards, display stands, console tables, and so on.
Sure, there is more about decoration a dining room than the above-mentioned tips. If, for example, you are working on a small room (or even if you are not), these tips on giving the space you work with a boost may prove really helpful.