How many dining room decorating ideas can you come up with? There are a lot of them like table sets, chairs, rugs, window treatments, lighting and ceiling fans. These don’t have to be costly; you can make minor makeovers like window treatments and lighting that are relatively cheap. The window treatments can include shutters, curtains and drapes and the lighting can include ceiling fans or a simple drop light. Then there is the expensive renovations you can do like carpeting and new furniture that can really hurt your bank account.
If you are going to do major renovations or remodeling, those should be done before considering lighting, table sets, chairs or window treatments. Maybe your dining room is stuck in the 60’s and you want to bring it up to date with modern or contemporary furniture. Whatever design you choose you can make it happen with just a few well thought out dining room decorating designs. For instance you can change the entire look of your dining room by installing new ceiling fans and lighting. There are lots of styles to choose from and the price will greatly depend on the design and the size of the fan.
Instead of cleaning your carpets you can install new carpeting or add area rugs. Rugs go great in any room of the house and can help protect your floor and carpet from damage. These too come can be purchased in a variety of styles such as modern and contemporary, antique, tile as well as in different shapes. Don’t stray too far from your kitchen decor when considering decorating ideas. You want your dining room to be an extension of your kitchen, not a separate entity. Both rooms should have similar decor so they do not clash with one another.
Your idea of remodeling may be to install cafe style louvered doors to your dining room door from the kitchen. These are inexpensive makeovers that can bring the entire room together. They can match the furniture or the walls and let your guests feel they are in a separate room while remaining a part of your kitchen decor. You can remodel by installing matching louvered cafe doors with louvered window shutters for window treatments or adding ceiling fans with uplights so that there is ambient lighting instead of only lighting the dining table