Formal – Separate Dining Room. When styling your separate dining space, you've got a blank canvass to work with. First consider how you'll use it; generally this room would be reserved for formal dining but if this isn't your style, you can easily make the room more relaxed so it serves multiple purposes. A formal iron dining table is the height of elegance; use plenty of candles for soft lighting, a crisp white table cloth and introduce hints of colour with a feature vase, wall art and table ware. You should also base choices around the existing features in the room. If you have a fireplace or beamed ceiling; work with this. Perhaps create a more dramatic space, an iron dining table with wrought iron wall sconces and candelabras and a rich colour scheme.
Style: Let architecture of the house decor and the other elements in the room dictate the style of dining table you choose. If the atmosphere is traditional, a traditional table will usually look best; if it's contemporary, go with a contemporary table. If you're buying a wooden table, select a wood that appears in the architecture or in another piece of furniture in the room, so the table will feel like a cohesive element in the home's decor. If you're going with a painted piece, repeat the color in the walls or other items in the room.
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Light & Airy – Conservatory Dining Room. Styling a conservatory is all about bringing the outdoors inside. You'll have fantastic natural light and will overlook your garden. Choose a traditional style iron dining table for vintage, afternoon teas, with an antique lace table cloth and pretty table ware. Or, go for nature-inspired look. As wrought iron is a natural looking material, it'll look great surrounded by huge house plants and rattan or wicker accessories. Versatile – Kitchen/Diner. Kitchen/diners tend to offer the smallest amount of space so it makes sense to have a smaller table. A bistro style iron dining table and chairs will tie it in with most kitchens; sets can be contemporary or antique. It can be relaxed and friendly for breakfast time but then quickly styled up for an intimate, romantic dinner for two.
A dining table that is too small. If your dining table is too small for you and your friends and family to sit comfortably at, this can make people feel cramped and cause conflict. In some cases it can also cause digestive problems as people rush to finish their meals so that they can leave the table. To cure this problem you will need to increase the surface area of the table by placing a large circular piece of wood, chipboard or plastic on the top of the table when it is in use. This can be covered with a cloth to make a decorative, comfortable eating area and can be easily stored away when not in use.
Inspiring – Al Fresco Dining Area. If you dine outside often, the chances are you've got a covered area or perhaps a 2nd home in Spain. Obviously, when decorating this space, you'll try to match the rest of the gardens theme, whether that's country cottage or contemporary. A traditional curved design wrought iron dining table will look great in an elegant English country garden or a metal dining table with a glass top in a simple design will complement a minimalistic patio. Finally. To conclude, here are 3 dining room styling tips, applicable to every interior design. Bear these points in mind and you can't go wrong!