Dining Room. Published at Monday, November 21st 2016, 15:57:04 PM by Nanine Deschamps.
You want to invite your friends for dinner party at your house, but your dining room is so ordinary that you are afraid your friends will be bored once they set foot into the room. There are ways to make your dining room look glamorous. I’m sure these points will surprise your guests when they come into your house. Let’s take a look.
Change the chairsMatching chairs are so ordinary and outdated. They won’t give the big impact like you want to. Mix also match chairs are the right choice because they can attract more attention. For glamorous styles, you can pick the chairs in luxurious fabric, for instance velvet.
Bring out your china collectionMost people have beautiful heirloom china. Take them out from the cabinet and let them shine in the dining room. Place them on the table or on nearby side table for every one can see how precious they are.
Install a chandelierMost glamorous dining rooms you’ve seen in magazine would have a chandelier on its ceiling. A chandelier is indeed changing the appearance of the room even for the small one. If possible, set the lighting so that you can switch it to be dimmer. A dimly lit room create a romantic and intimate vibe like in a glamorous restaurant.
Put an artworkAn artwork especially the large one add an aesthetic value for your room. It can be the focal point too that will attract the guests and create a statement of your style.
Be boldTo create a glamorous dining room, you need to take a move that is different from ordinary dining rooms. Changing wall colors is sufficient enough to create luxurious room. Pick bold colors or display accessories made from metals on sideboards. Just make a bold move so your dining room look glamorous, unique and extraordinary.
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