By Jesse Mathieu. Dining Room. Published at Wednesday, March 28th, 2018 - 10:39:27 AM.
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.
For dining chairs that are built to last, there's no better material than oak. One of the strongest, prettiest and most accessible woods currently available, oak can be whittled by any master craftsman, into a fabulous set of dining chairs that will last a lifetime. Because oak is such a beautiful material, it can be turned to represent any design genre to an incredible standard. Contemporary, retro or traditional chairs will always look great in oak, not to mention bench seats.
Ghost chairs aren’t only pretty, they’re your much needed chairs for a small dining room. Like mirrors, they reflect light and are not heavy to look at. Combine them with an equally gorgeous classical table, white brick walls and white paneled ceiling. Just add in a lovely chandelier, some black and white pictures and everything is perfect.
Factor in a standalone sideboard. Freestanding furniture can provide a more individual solution than costly bespoke built-in storage systems. A sideboard is a great place to store plates, cutlery and glasses out of sight, especially when it is as stylish as this one. If you’re on a tight budget, look out for a second-hand one you can paint or, if you aren’t, splurge on a standout design.
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