By . Dining Room. Published at Sunday, March 11th, 2018 - 18:07:58 PM.
Lay out the room like you’d lay out an art project. Lots of textures and intricate touches make for a unique dining room. We love this room because of its adjacent nature to the biggest art pieces in the house and it’s off centered placement.
And if there’s any room where simplicity is most appreciated that would be the dining room. It’s a space meant to feel inviting and where functionality is key. Ornaments are being ignored in favor of pure simplicity. There’s no need to use intricate furniture designs to make this space more inviting or beautiful.
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.
The china cabinet is opulent but not overly adorned, with modest detailing at the top, and swag-shaped drawer pulls. Light and airy sheer draperies are voluminous but not overwhelming. Finally, the chandelier adds a touch of rococo to the space with its leafy shapes and abundant glass ornamentation.
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