By Vespasien Aline. Dining Room. Published at Tuesday, March 13th, 2018 - 22:44:44 PM.
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.
Marquetry does not have to be ornate to convey a sense of Baroque style. A beautiful wooden table that features one wide strip of inlay and lets the grain of the wood be the star also works in a baroque dining room. This luxury dining set pairs such a table with brocade upholstered dining chairs that feature rococo curved legs with the typical embellished feet. The lighting fixture chosen for the dining room can help bump up the level of baroque style, or play it down.
Those who prefer a modest amount of embellishment and generally unadorned walls can still incorporate Baroque or rococo elements in a luxury dining room. This room is dominated by the light color palette, featuring neutral gray walls and pale wood furniture. A marquetry dining table is the focal point, enhanced with Baroque detailing. The legs of the table feature a classic Baroque motif called the lambrequin, which is a swag of cloth accompanied by tassels. The accompanying dining chairs have a more angular shape, which is not typically Baroque or rococo, but they are embellished with carvings on the legs, a modest scroll shape forming the top of the chair back, and fabric tassels at the legs.
This traditional dining room features a spectacular crystal chandelier, but all the furnishings are also adorned with details that are characteristic of baroque style. Scrolls and foliage are used as ornamentation on the backs of the chairs, table edges and feet, as well as on the sideboard and buffet. The shapes of the dining chairs are reminiscent of baroque style, with the slightly curved front legs and flamboyant detailing at the head of the chair. In addition, the elegant silk upholstery is of the style used in the Rococo period.
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