By Josse Alexandrie. Dining Room. Published at Monday, April 16th, 2018 - 22:46:03 PM.
If your small dining area is tucked away in a corner, give it an instant update with a theme. Include flourishes of colour in accessories, soft furnishings and wall art to give the space its own character. Set against a white backdrop, a chestnut table brings a traditional, homely touch to the corner. Incorporate a bench, which can be neatly tucked underneath when not in use. It is also a great option for when you need to seat more than two people.
Bring a touch of feminine softness to a dining room with a decorative armoire. Opt for a glass-fronted display unit that will show off tableware and glassware rather than keeping it hidden from view. The curvaceous lines and ornate features of this cabinet bring an on-trend, opulent feel to the dining room. After all, the devil is in the detail.
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.
For a hardworking fix, consider freestanding furniture that can work in virtually any room. Standalone designs offer heaps of variety and choice when it comes to keeping an open-plan living space flexible. A wooden storage chest like the one shown here can be moved in, around and out when redecorating. Finish by styling the top with your favourite accessories, including vases and candle holders.
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