Dining Room. Published at Monday, October 03rd 2016, 16:12:21 PM by Orlene Besnard.
Minimalist house is identical to the selection of a little furniture yet is multifunctional so that the utilization of the room can be maximum. In addition, the room become wider. It is also applied to a minimalist dining room. The interior design of the dining room can also be double function which is united with the other room.
Here are 4 simple ways that you can apply for your minimalist kitchen:
a. Using the furniture which has multiple functions. It can save the money to purchase extra furniture so that it will save more space.
b. Uniting the dining room with others. It can save more space and could be a unique design, yet it needs more strategies in order to make the united rooms don’t look disordered. You can make a boundary by using the diversions such as using a table, installing a wallpaper, or placing the unique dining. If you want, you can use the curtains which can be opened and closed to cover the cooking area.
c. Choosing the right color. For a dining room which has limited size, you should avoid using a dark color so that the room does not look very dingy and cramped. The very bright colors are less harmonious for a minimalist room because they will make a heavy impression. The soft colors or pastel can be a smart choice. This can create your minimalist dining room looks elegant.
d. Making an “Eating Corner: If the dining room has a window with an outdoor view, then use the corner as an eating area (eating corner) and put a dining table set close to the window. When relishing the meal, your views will be focused outward rather than toward the kitchen.
You can do those 4 simple ways in order to design your minimalist dining room so that it won’t be looked disordered but looks attractive.
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