By Jesse Mathieu. Dining Room. Published at Friday, May 04th, 2018 - 14:43:11 PM.
Design a dining scheme around your storage requirements. Take advantage of all the space available with floor-to-ceiling shelving. Fit shelves into unused alcoves and use for books and decorative pieces so you won’t need to provide floorstanding shelves or cupboards. Paint your shelves in a different colour to your walls to provide a neat contrast.
When comfort and style need to go hand-in-hand, there are few options better than tub dining chairs. Designed with ergonomics firmly in mind, tub chairs gracefully sweep around the backs of diners, creating a cosy and enclosed form of support that leads to better posture and as a result, improved digestive health too! Being such a simplistic construction design, tub chairs naturally lend themselves to flamboyant fabric selections.
If you have the space, consider incorporatinga larder-style cupboard into your dining room scheme. Storage on this mighty scale means there shouldn’t be anything left cluttering up your dining room. Use a tonal colour palette that is in keeping with the rest of the scheme to provide balance. Alternatively, opt for a glass-fronted display unit. Use the visible shelves for decorative accessories and conceal practical pieces in the drawers below or elsewhere.
When it comes to loading the room with furniture, keep to small-to-medium sized fittings, this is another way to maximize space in a small dining room. The first thing to consider is the size of your furniture. The more slim line furniture will give a neat and stylish finish to your dining room.
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