Dining Room / February 2, 2018 / Clara Mcclelland.
One of the first things you will have to ask yourself is where you will be placing your dining table. A round table curiously seems to draw all elements that surround it towards it, thereby anchoring itself (and the chairs) visually more than a rectangular table would. It also takes up less space.
When deciding on the type of table to pick, round tables offer another advantage that works in their favour: most of them have one, singular leg instead of four, conjuring up more legroom for diners.
A simple design, with simple chairs and plain table in an open space, with overhanging lamps exhibiting minimalist taste. Wood table lines are always in trend, the upholstered chairs in checkered print and white lighting create an elegant atmosphere.
The dining area next to the living room focuses on a calm dining table, with focus on the hanging lamps in black color, and the colored designer dining chair makes this entire living room look special and bright.