Published at Friday, May 04th, 2018 - 14:44:59 PM. Dining Room. By Jesse Mathieu.
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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.
The use of light is another important way of creating a larger looking room and apart from knocking through a wall to make a new window. Although it is expensive, you can also choose a cheaper and effective alternative way to use mirrors for the same purpose. Natural light from your window will reflect off your mirror or mirrors and therefore create more light and then give the impression of a much lighter space. Using a plain or similar colored frame to the rest of your furniture will help it to blend in with the existing theme of the dining room and create a stylish look.
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