Dining Room. Published at Saturday, October 29th 2016, 14:46:50 PM by Nanine Deschamps.
Adjoining kitchen and dining room makes the space look bigger. The cook won’t feel estrange anymore since he/she can still join the conversation in dining room while he/she cooks in the kitchen. These are some tips also tricks to decorate the adjoined kitchen-dining room. Have a look.
Using similar colorsTo build a connection between these two different areas, you can use the same colors both areas. Similar colors also make both areas more open and larger. For example, the color of kitchen islands matches the wall color in the dining room.
Using benchesIf you like to entertain larger companies, you can select benches as the seating. Benches can accommodate more people without taking too much spaces. They also can tuck under the table when they are not needed.
Different stylesEven though it is an adjoined room, you can separate them by creating different style of furniture. For example, you use modern style for kitchen by using stainless steel furniture and traditional style for dining room by using hardwood table and chairs. These two different styles will make unique view in an adjoined room.
Island tableAn island can have double functions, for cooking and for eating place. Put stools on one side of the island as eating section. This arrangement will satisfy everybody. The cook can entertain the guests with his cooking skills, while the guest can see the excitement in the kitchen.
Pop colorsWe already said that using similar colors are good to build connection between two areas. However, similar colors gravitate to make both areas look monotone. To avoid such case, you can add pop colors in certain places. Both areas will be more cheerful and fun because of splash pop colors here and there. Hope these tips and tricks gives you benefits when you are adjoining kitchen and dining room. Good luck.
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