By Josse Alexandrie. Dining Room. Published at Tuesday, February 27th, 2018 - 19:39:23 PM.
When there's barely enough room for even a very small dining table, a breakfast bar can be a more practical dining furniture option, which is why we are including bar stools in this guide. Chic, fun and a little less formal than regular 'sit down' chairs, stools put the glamour back into mealtimes and simply tuck away, under the counter, when not in use. They really are ideal for modest homes where every spare inch of space counts.
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.
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.
Work in a stylish bank of built-in cabinetry. Bespoke cupboards can be slotted neatly into alcoves and are ideal for display or storage. Remember symmetry is always pleasing so try to achieve a balanced look. If your space is verging on the small side, consider fitting unusual doors with mirrored insets or updating existing ones. Mirrors can have an enormous visual impact on a space.
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