dining-rooms. Wednesday , January 10th , 2018 - 16:34:44 PM
Glazed spaces come into their own on a sunny day. Built as an extension, this orangery-style room acts as a halfway house between the inside and outside, and is especially great on a wintery day. Neutral decor keeps the scheme at one with nature. The generous proportions of this room mean there’s plenty of space for a dining area. Great for sociable gatherings, the open-plan kitchen-diner also benefits from large French doors that open out into the garden – ideal for family life and hosting parties alike.
No room for a dining area in your kitchen? Then make use of a small corner in the space just outside. Folding doors are a clever touch, as they allow the kitchen to be closed off, but also create a free-flowing feel when open. If you don’t want to knock through or can’t afford structural changes, this is a great option.
This Image Introducing bold florals to your decorating scheme may feel a little daunting, but the key to showing them off to their best advantage is restraint. Here, a large floral print on the dining chairs makes a striking statement against a backdrop of carefully coordinated plains. Paint a dining room all white for the perfect complement to Scandi design; no frills, no fuss, no flounces. This lets you add character with accessories and furniture, like the huge glazed dresser here, which stops the room looking too functional.
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