Mari Holzer. dining. June 26th , 2017.
A very important thing to remember while choosing dining room paint colors is to consider the type of dining room you have. If it is a formal dining room with high walls, traditional large mahogany table with an impressive crystal chandelier, then your dining room colors should match this decor. For such a formal dining room you can choose from saturated and bright hues like jewel toned yellow, green and reds. As the walls are quite high, these colors look stunning in a formal dining room. If you have a very large dining room, then it is a good idea to visually divide the room by using two colors on a single wall. For example you can choose two different shades of a color, say green and paint the darker color on top and the lighter color at the bottom.
Stone tables emerge clear winners when it comes to withstanding the elements of nature. Hence, they serve as the best option you have in hand. You can opt for an entire stone unit or only the table top that is made of stone. The only maintenance needed is to wash the tables regularly, to keep the formation of moss at bay.
The dining room furniture, accessories, and the colors used for painting the dining room walls, together decide the overall interior decoration of a dining room. Hence, you need to pay attention to all these aspects, whenever you are remodeling your home or shifting to a new place.
Another great idea is to match the dining room color with that of the decor like the drapes, furnishing and table linen of the room for a more cohesive and harmonious look. A great wall color for a dining room that is suitable for both small as well as large dining room is the color gold. Gold is the perfect color for a dining room as it gives a cozy ambiance to a small dining room and a regal look to a large one. You can also use the concept of accent walls in the dining room. Paint one of the walls of the dining room in a bright bold color like aubergine or dark gray. Paint the other three walls in a complementary color. It is best to avoid decorative wall painting themes in a small dining room like stripes and sponge painting as this will make the room appear small and dark.
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