By Yulia Yevgeniya. Dining Room. Saturday, September 30th 2017, 05:32:54 AM.
By applying a particular decorating style, you can insert furniture and accessories which will make good use of the space in your dining room. Keep in mind design themes which allow for a variety of baskets and shelving since these can be used as extra storage. Deciding on a design you really can live with, however, is imperative as this is where you will be eating lots of meals.
Consider Design. Design would determine the material and make of the dining table. Other dining furniture like a wine cabinet also follows this rule. Under this consideration, you would need to think about what material would constitute your furniture. Will it be made of hardwood, plastic, glass or metal? What would be its make? Would it follow a minimalist or a Victorian classic style? These questions can be answered if you consider your personal taste and theme of your house of dining room. For example, a minimalist dining room table would best fit dining areas with clean, solid colors. Victorian dining room furniture add a touch of classic flair to an otherwise boring room. Consult designers or design books for this one.
Size Choices. The size of dining room furniture is one of the most important details to consider. Two factors will affect the size you choose: the size of the room and the number of people you wish to accommodate at the table. The first consideration will be the dimensions of the room because this will determine the size of the furniture. The shape of the room is another consideration because narrow dimensions may present a challenge for some sets. Select furniture that allows at least 36 inches between the outer edges and the walls. For even more comfort, allow between 42 and 28 inches between the furniture and walls. Every person sitting around the surface should have at least 24 inches of space for comfort. If you really want everyone to feel at ease, give everyone 30 inches of dining space. People will appreciate an extra 12 inches at the corners of rectangular tables.