Having a luxurious looking dining room can make you feel like royalty when you sit down to eat your dinner. It doesn’t matter what sort of area you live in, how big or small your house is, or even what your budget is. You can use these tricks to create dining room luxe if you really want to. Read on and see what can work for you!
Focus On Incorporating Stand Out Pieces
Having a few stand out pieces in your dining room will give it more personality and make it look more expensive. These pieces don’t need to be expensive, they just have to look it. You can even buy cheaper looking items and then DIY them to create something that looks luxe. For example, you can find paper mache items in many craft shops that you can paint in metallic colors and then hang on your wall, like a stag’s head.
Light fittings are perfect for this. A great light fitting can seriously change the look of a room, so choose wisely. Adding paneling to walls will also add interest and luxe. However, it depends on the sort of look you want. You don’t need to go for something old fashioned to get that luxe look.
Include Glamorous Textures
There are so many glamorous textures you can including in your dining room, such as this gloss dining table. The high shine of the table will look super chic and add to the luxe look you want. You can even use high gloss paint to get this look, which is a cool trick for making a room appear bigger if your dining room is only small. Anything reflective can add the appearance of space, which is why so many people like to choose huge mirrors or create a feature wall full of various sizes ones.
Every luxe dining room needs a piece of artwork. You can do this yourself too, if you don’t want to purchase a piece. However, there are some great pieces you should be able to find for a reasonable price online or from your local homeware store. Consider investing a piece that’s a little more expensive if you want it to stand the test of time.
Choose Your Colour Scheme Carefully
Choose your color scheme carefully if you want to convey the right message in your dining room. As mentioned earlier, high gloss colors are great for small spaces, but not necessary if you have ample space. Greys and shades of taupe are very popular in luxury dining rooms these days. You definitely don’t have to choose dark shades of purple and red like people would have way back when.
Don’t Forget Plants
Plants always bring life to a room. They look great, bring the outside in, and even purify the air like magic. Every room in the house should have at least one plant, and not just your dining room! Choose a statement plant or even a flowering plant to finish off your look.