Clarissa Bancroft. dining. June 21st , 2017.
Warm greys are a lovely contemporary neutral that will likely tie in to the rest of the interior, for those who love grey. Perhaps muted shades of light blue and green would work also, depending on the amount of natural light in the space, because these colors are all inviting and easy-going.
One of the most confusing parts, that most people experience, is the use of the cutlery during a formal dinner. At most restaurants, the table is set for a right-handed person and hence, you would find the forks on the left side and the spoons and the knife on the right side. When you start your meal, you have to start with the fork or spoon, which is kept at the outside. For instance, the fork for the salad would be kept at the extreme left, while the soup spoon will be kept at the extreme right. In the same way, the spoon and fork for the dessert would be kept closest to the plate. The glasses would be kept on your right and you would mostly have a maximum of four glasses in all.
Take a six-chair table and only add four for a contemporary twist on a classic. Having only four chairs will give you a more chic and upscale feel to a traditional seating space. This works best when you are working with a light tone table such as sand, beige, and/or taupe. Working with these colors is easy and can enhance your dining room space.
The holidays are just beyond the horizon, and chances are you'll have at least a guest or two in your dining room. If your current dining area is old, outdated, or just unattractive, you may feel like there's nothing (affordable) that can be done...or that you're running out of time. That's just not true! And these daring and delightful dining room makeovers prove it.
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