By Johanne Pierrick. Dining Room. Published at Saturday, January 20th, 2018 - 11:40:59 AM.
Don't feel like you have to forgo formal dining because you're a party of two. You actually can create a romantic dining area even if a two-seater is all there's room for. Start by looking for a glass-top set with rich copper accents, for example, which feel inherently elegant. If space allows, keep two extra chairs and an accent-chest-turned-buffet-table nearby so you can comfortably entertain during those times when it's not just the two of you.
In any dining space, the table is the most important element. For a formal look, you can't go wrong with traditional-style furniture. Its intricate elements like reeding, cabriole legs and veneer inlays make for an elegant, upscale look.
For some decorators, devoting a whole room to mealtime simply isn't practical. In this case, we have all the ingredients you'll need to master the double-duty dining room. Seamlessly integrate your home office into this space with a stylish computer armoire. Its fold-up front means you'll never have to mix business with pleasure. Rounding out the room, you'd be surprised at just how attractive and practical a bookcase can be in your eat-in office.
When it comes to style, versatility is key. We love the way this transitional dining set combines traditional details like cabriole legs with modern clean lines. Its dynamic design makes this dining room equally well suited for formal dining or a more casual gathering.