By Roger Claudine. Dining Room. Published at Friday, December 29th, 2017 - 14:19:52 PM.
Banquette seating is a total space saver as this doesn’t need a large space but can still accommodates your whole family. Moreover, you can install them in a way that it can be provisioned as a storage space as well. Keep everything in neutral to let the wood’s character be highlighted.
Few of us have the luxury of a separate dining room these days, but however limited space might be it’s important to incorporate storage into your scheme wherever you can. Build a low-level, storage bench – it may take up a little floor space, but it will declutter and streamline your space while providing extra seating should you require it. If you can, have it made to match the rest of your furniture for a scheme that is cohesive and considered. Using low-level storage will also free up wall space – display a collection of framed prints that will add character and interest.
It’s also important to think about the colour of furniture with of your small dining room. Dark or strong colors can have the affect of making furniture appear larger than it actual. Lighter and more neutral shades give the impression of more space and are easier on the eye.
Double-purpose furniture is exactly what you need if you have a small space, you wouldn’t want to cram everything in just to have all the things you need. Let a coffee table slash dining table make your life easier. Have folding chairs to go with it so you can just stack them somewhere when not in use.
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