By Rachel Alfred. Dining Room. Published at Thursday, January 25th, 2018 - 08:31:39 AM.
When you opt for orange, your dining room or kitchen will be filled with peals of laughter. That’s because orange is a warm and welcoming tone—it invites your guests to make themselves at home. Like red, orange is an intense color, so it can be overwhelming if overused. Instead, add it in touches—centerpieces, artwork and accent walls are all great options. If you go with an orange wall color, try a soothing tint like peach.
This do-it-all table is quickly becoming a staple of the high-activity household. The table’s elevated height is a great way to improve the flow of your kitchen, making service from countertop to tabletop a breeze. Many counter-height tables even offer practical under table storage for napkins, place mats and more! And with table styles ranging from ultra sleek to country chic, there’s a counter-height table for every kitchen or dining room.
To create wow factor, don't just set the table—bring it to life with a stunning place setting! Whether you go with a classic look or an arrangement that's uniquely you, the key to a successful setting is in the layers. By mixing different textures and colors, you add interest and dimension to your table.
We absolutely love purple—it creates such a personal, intimate setting. Lighter tones like lavender are delicate and romantic, while rich, deep grape exudes opulence. No matter which hue you select, purple pops on almost anything. It’s perfect for walls, pottery, dinnerware and area rugs!
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