When it comes to interior design, the dining room is often one of the most overlooked spaces in the home. People tend to put a lot of thought into their living rooms and bedrooms, but when it comes to the dining room, they often just pick a table and chairs and call it a day. If you’re looking to create a perfect dining room for your lifestyle and personality, follow these three steps!
Now that winter seems to be coming to an end our attentions turn to spring and summer and this might mean that you have the motivation to invite friends round for dinner or greet the family more often for a meal. Whether you sit in your dining room or have a table in your kitchen, the dining experience itself can be a little boring. There are so many ways that you can revamp your dining experience and I wanted to share with you what some of them are.
If you have moved into a new home or your furniture is starting to look somewhat tired, it might be time to invest in the essentials and bring your home back up to scratch. The right furniture is very subjective, so shop around and choose furniture pieces that suit your personality best.
Don’t despair, I have come up with a quick and easy, helpful guide full of inspiration to make your home party ready. I hope they help you get more sociable this Christmas and beyond.
We normally have a clear idea of what we want to do with the kitchen, a bedroom or the living room. But what about the dining room? This is often a space that gets less attention and can be left idle in bigger houses.
Christmas is right around the corner. Are you behind on decorating? Need simple and easy last-minute DIY Christmas centrepiece ideas. Here you are. Make these simple centrepiece ideas in no time, even if it is last minute.
Your dining room, believe it or not, is a truly multi-functional space. You will eat in there, entertain in there, as well as perhaps work and create in there. For busy families it can be a playroom and a craft room too; there are so many options. So when you think about the style and design of your dining room, you need to think about how you want it to look and what the end goal for the dining room is.
When we think of our dining room we think about a room that is used for the family’s togetherness. Families build many great memories in the dining room but what is in the background of those memories? Do you remember a clinically white room with few or no decorations or was it a room bathed in a golden light emitting from the crystal chandelier above? You are the one to determine the dinner memories your kids will build while growing up and with that in mind, here are some ideas.