Mari Holzer. dining. June 11th , 2017.
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.
Bohemian has been in this entire year and your dining room will not be an exception. Adding a touch of Boho adds a relaxing feel to your dining room. Have a simple wooden table combined with mismatched chairs for the Bohemian feel that is also very trendy. Add colorful chairs into the mix for an upscale feel.
Here, three interior design experts offer ideas on designing dining rooms that mix serious style with smooth function, and encourage holiday guests to linger over a memorable meal.
"I could make a meal for two or 20 in any size kitchen so Id rather have a dining room to entertain in. You can kick up a table setting in so many creative ways, and the more the merrier. Its all about friends, family, and wine!"Jennifer Paquette, Upper West Side (pictured)
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