Small dining room? No need to worry! Turn your small dining room into the focal point of your house with these 10 tips.
Mirrors increase the perception of space. Especially if you dress up an entire wall with mirror and attach your table to the mirrored wall the result will be spectacular. Your four-seater dining table will suddenly seems like a table for 8 persons.
2. Low Height Furniture
Choose low heigh chairs for your dining room. Low Height Furniture help a room feel airy, by not blocking visual space, also it is high in fashion. A bench instead of chairs is another great idea for saving some space in a small dining room.
3. Small Furniture
Armless chairs work best in a small dining room as armchairs require more space.
4. Table Shape
For small dining rooms, go with an oval table to keep the space from looking overly crowded. Round tables aren’t for small spaces as it limits the way traffic can flow around the room.
Chandeliers add a sense of luxury and elegance in a dining room. Whether you are selecting a chandelier or your Dining Room, it can be confusing to decide on which size is best. A chandelier that is too big or bold will dominate the room and look unbalanced. You don’t want a chandelier that is too large or too small, the diameter of a chandelier should be in proportion to the size of the room.
With a small dining room, it is important to maximize the use of space. Choose an extension table to suit the larger family or extend your dining space for parties and holidays.
From acrylic, plexiglass chairs to glass tables, transparent furniture pieces will definitely have your interior spaces looking larger and brighter in no time.
8. Color Pallete
Light colors and whites reflect natural light better than darker colors. Small rooms must be painted light colors but if you are a dark colors lover, you can do it by adding some bright accessories. Also use monochromatic colors. Using colors that are close in tone tricks the mind into believing a room is larger than it actually is.
9. Natural Lighting
When working in small space, natural lighting takes on a crucial role. The material of the curtain should be light and airy, which will permit light to enter the room during the day.
10. Go Scandinavian
Simplicity helps a small space. However, getting to simplicity isn’t always a simple process. Scandinavian design is known around the world for its balance and simplicity. Use natural materials, light colors and straight lines to make the room feel bigger and brighter.