If your dining area seems boring and uncomfortable to you, it’s high time you made a change! Interested in what to change? There are some cool ways to do this without breaking the bank and today I’m going to share them with you to make each of your meals awesome!
Chairs are one of the easiest ways to change up your dining area and not break the bank – they don’t cost as much as a designer’s dining table. Dining room chairs can make a bold statement and contrast with the table, which can be very simple, and I have to say that a lot of modern designers go for very calm dining tables that add an accent with chairs. So why not follow this trend?
Shop for a range of awesome upholstered chairs to suit your style: glamor, art deco, mid-century modern, minimalist, rustic, or others. Mismatched bold chairs with different upholstery also look cool and trendy. If you don’t have the money to change the entire set, you can just paint the existing ones with a light color or cover them with some printed cover sheets.
Another easy and inexpensive way to add interest to your dining area is to hang up some new and cool lighting fixtures. This applies to both open spaces and separate rooms. It can be a stunning chandelier, oversized and sparkling for a glamorous or art deco space, or a raindrop mimicking to create a mood. You can also try a combination of some lights – they can differ in size and shape, but in the same style. Geometric, metallic, fabric, basket, glass – there are plenty of ideas to add texture and interest to the room.
Works of art
A piece of art or a photo can absolutely change the room, add cheer, create a mood, freshen up the area, and so on. Pick a large sized one in a few contrasting colors to make a chic statement. If necessary, have them cover the entire wall. You can always do it yourself or just print out one of your favorite photos to create a mood in the dining area. If you have a super bold dining area, try black and white graphic wall art to calm the space down, and if you have a very laconic space, think of a bright and bold piece of art.