By . Dining Room. Published at Sunday, April 22nd, 2018 - 10:07:38 AM.
Interestingly the chandelier features Baroque curving arcs that are made from flat, smoky glass. The traditional leafy motif is rendered modern in the leaf-shaped drops that embellish the bottom and are mixed with feminine beads in a nod to the rococo.
It’s a lovely space by definition, where family members get together and where guests are welcomed for dinner. The following examples couldn’t express that in a better way. The style may vary but the designs are all simple, chic and more sophisticated than they let us see.
First of all, think about the materials you should use. Wood is something you should definitely include in your kitchen’s décor. It adds warmth to the room and it’s a material that gets more beautiful as it ages. The lighting should also be soft and warm. You can use a chandelier with an aged finish or candles. Keep it simple and opt for a rectangular wooden table and some traditional chairs. You can also use table linens and patterned shades or curtains for the windows.
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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