dining. Wednesday , November 01st , 2017 - 02:32:00 AM
Richly Neutral tones take center stage in our second featured palette, but these neutrals are anything but dull. Just as layering black and grey can create a rich, dark look, layering neutrals such as grey and beige can add depth to your table. Don’t hesitate to pile on the greenery and produce for a bountiful feel. Start by choosing a tablecloth that will create an intriguing backdrop. Will the neutral tone be deep grey, or a lighter shade such as taupe or stone?
A Gorgeous Feature Wall Working with reclaimed wood does require a certain level of expertise, and if you are in love with a really old piece of reclaimed wood, then it is best to treat it properly before reusing it. The most preferred option is of course using planks of reclaimed wood to create a beautiful accent wall in the dining room. This not only gives your dining space a unique sense of style and sets it apart from the rest of the house, it also lets you add a subtle hint of coastal, industrial, rustic or even farmhouse style, depending on your personal preference.
Dark and Dramatic Today‘s first featured palette is perfect for Halloween, but it can create a decadent holiday look as well. Layering dark hues such as grey and black lets the colors of the food and flowers truly pop. Try pairing a grey tablecloth with black flatware and burgundy florals. Serve edibles (such as pomegranates and plums) in shades of violet. Create elegant displays of candles and greenery.
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