By Emma Violette. Dining Room. Published at Wednesday, April 11th, 2018 - 20:02:09 PM.
Guests sitting around a typical dining room table are likely to feel more formal than those sitting in a standard counter or bar table. This simple difference in table height can lend itself to an ambience that is more intimate and relaxed. Kitchen counter height tables are great when you host small gatherings so that you can step away from the table to prep more food without seeming like you are walking away from the meal.
Built-in banquette seating is a great option if you’re short on space. It not only adds seating, but the space beneath the seat can also be used for storage. Using the same upholstery fabric helps tie together the mixed seating in this space.
Play with furniture styles to achieve a personalized look. Just unify with color. These red lacquer bamboo-style side chairs add a bold punch of color that coordinates with the cabinet interiors of this space.
Even small spaces need a designated dining area. Designer Matthew Bees used the nook below the stairs of this Charleston loft to create the perfect space. The addition of a small chandelier ties the nook together.
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