By Sylvaine Emile. Dining Room Design. Published at Wednesday, March 14th, 2018 - 04:08:25 AM.
While most leaves make your table bigger, drop leaves are primarily designed to make your table smaller when it’s not in use. You can let the leaves down to create more walking space or to push your table flush against the wall.oth traffic flow. A glass top is even better, since it offers an open, airy look.
Beyond having the right furniture, your kitchen’s ambience can have a big impact on how long you and your company want to linger after the meal’s over. We chose soft, sage green walls and muted blue window treatments for the soothing tone they set. Organic-themed accents echo the elegant pattern of the chairs and add a nice touch of natural beauty.
We've seen glass dining tables before, but they have generally been clear, but this milky and frosted variety is so different! A great way to inject a little pastel prettiness, we find this table so charming.
Any sunny little corner can make for a perfectly charming dining spot, but we suggest opting for a circular table, as they are far easier to integrate into a room when space is tight! Just look at how charming this small but functional set-up looks!
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