Home & House Interior Designs — April 13, 2011 at 5:07 pm

Your Own Personal Dining Room Style

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Your Own Dining Room

Your Own Dining Room

Your dining room should certainly fit your life style. Indulge in decorating your dining room so that it fits your personal and unique life style. Well if you ask you interior decorator to come with some plans for your dining room, he or she is going to come up with the same age old traditional fixtures that go with a dining room – exquisite dining room furniture, may be an oriental rug and of course the inevitable storage units for crockery and cutlery. This is of course is absolutely right. These are fixtures that one cannot do without while designing a dining room. The challenge here is how you are going to innovate and make this room personal and unique and yet have all these fixtures.

For this it is important to consider your life style.  Is the dining room the reprieve for a family get-together at meal times? Is this the place where the family would like to spend quality time to interact with each other? Do you entertain guests often? If your family is on to TV dinners most of the time, is there a real purpose in having a space assigned to the dining area at all or can this be integrated with living room for ease and practical purposes. These are some of the questions that should be answered before you design your dining area.

If you have decided to have a separate area for the dining room in your homes, you must firstly decide on the right size of the table there and how many you would like to seat. It would be wise to go for a rectangular table that can easily seat six, unless you family is larger. If you have small children do go for glass topped tables – a solid wooden table and accompanying chairs should do. There is of course plenty of wrought iron dining room furniture available these days that you would like to take a look at. However large or small your dining room or area is going to be, plan it well and execute the plan in style.

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