You can always play around and decorate around dated dining room furniture sets as a peculiar, fanciful or vintage element can give benefit to a room. But, it does not mean you can always add more antiques to play into the furniture’s old-fashioned style. You can underplay the obvious vintage pieces in the room by using furniture freshen up, fabrics, and accessories to decorate it. Here are ideas you can try.
Dining Room Furniture Sets Options
You may keep your dining room furniture sets as the only furniture in your dining room. But you can make the room look artificial, edgy and sometimes shabby with many matched-furniture sets out there. Create a bolder, trendy air to the room if you want to refinish the table. Apply cream paint on the legs and arresting pewter-gray high-gloss coat on the tabletop after the tabletop and legs are sanded smooth. You could add modern atmosphere to any wood-tone coop and buffet with these a stark white or two neutrals. For optimum effect, you could apply ebony paint on chair, reupholster the seats in floral motif or a paisley that include some of the drapery’s tint, add mirrors in the buffet or apply a stunning light pink or light green paint on chairs.
Ceiling And Walls
It is great if you have remarkable crown moldings or a tray ceiling but make sure the trim or border are not painted to be conspicuous to avoid reminding them to the old ages. Paint them white. Dark, lively wallpaper on all four walls gives light furnishings a rich backdrop. Pick crisp and fresh paper’s design with cream or white whirl that support a trendy styles. Use reversed colors with the same type of wallpaper in a cream or white with dark patterns if you have dark or mid-tone dining room furniture sets.
Make sure you keep simple accessories. Bring a meek, natural air with bamboo branches or wavy willow in a pottery vase on top of the table. You may cause awkward look or feel more dated if you keep those ultra-modern showpieces like edgy statuettes or sophisticated-silver figures or excessively vintage objects like a dried-flower collection into the room. To reduce old-fashioned quality a bit from your dining room furniture sets, you may want semi-vintage pieces like a vibrant, Mediterranean-style drapery or other natural objects like hurricane lamps with sand, shells, and bonsai trees, and jute rug or gap-grounding sisal as for the rest of the room.