Dining Room - Space to consider!
To enjoy your dining room to the fullest, make sure you leave enough space around the table so that people can get in and out of their chairs comfortably, and the person who is serving can move around the table without trouble.
Space for occupied chairs from edge of table to back of chair: 1’.6” to 1’.10” Space to get into chairs: 2’.6” to 3’ Traffic path around table and occupied chairs for serving: 1’.6” to 2’ If you’re using armchairs, remember to add 2” to the measurements.
Dining Room - Dine in Style
To complement the striking compass chandelier, brass compass-rose plaques on the dining chair backs link echoing semicircles. Chesapeake Bay residence.
Ground the Dining Room
The whole, warming, color scheme of this room is focused on the pretty fabric of the curtains.
The rug looks really good, and does an excellent job of drawing attention to the dining table - but take care it doesn't get too messy at meal times!
Note the way the table centre-piece really complements the whole color scheme.
Mix Match in Traditional Dining Room
A very sophisticated dining room, with a very smart, tiled floor.
Look how comfortable, easy chairs have been sat at the ends of the table - for much more versatility around the room - and comfort!
The table centre-pieces are unusual - but, again, really suit the whole look and color scheme of this room.
A lovely, simple, casual dining room.
Make sure you use woods that are all similar in tone, to make a look like this work.
Add a fab, statement piece, such as this unusual, pendant, centre-light.