Published at Friday, April 27th, 2018 - 11:47:54 AM. Dining Room. By Yannick Toinette.
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A dining room can also provide a close connection to the outdoor areas through the use of large glass walls. They let in lots of natural light and the atmosphere becomes bright and serene and they also provide panoramic views of the exterior. Most modern homes prefer a shares space for the dining and living room, something the kitchen as well. In this case you can make the dining area stand out by using a different palette of materials for this particular area or by opting for eye-catching colors. A modern dining room usually has a bold pendant lamp above the table.
Another example of using just a few Baroque or rococo details to elevate a luxury dining room is this one, which puts the focus on tassels. The large chandelier is the obvious focal point, and while the overall look is not ornate, the dominant feature are the hefty tassels dangling from each individual lamp. A part of the typical lambrequin motif, the tassel was an important element in the Baroque era.
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