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8 Steps for Transitional Dining Room

8 Steps for Transitional Dining Room

Designing a dining room is a delicate process in which the first thing we do is deciding the shape of the table because the size of the room determines whether the table should be a round, oval, rectangular, or square shape. If you want everyone to sit around the table, choosing a rectangular shape is more suitable. When selecting a décor, chairs and credenzas for your dining room, keep in mind that the design combines both traditional and contemporary style elements. Smooth lines and curves, clean neutral colors of browns, creams, and taupe blends simplicity and elegance. To better understand the design process for transitional dining rooms, Appliances Connection provides you with tips and guidelines to make your dining room dream design come true.

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ELK Home

1. Simplicity and Elegance

Our aesthetic design changes, along with the design process of different trends in the fashion industry. A classic wooden table would be the best option for this specific design because the dining room's heart is a carefully chosen table. ELK Home design offers you a white-hot rustic themed Pirate table with exposed hex-bolts and waxed concrete surface holds an outstanding feature for the table.

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HomeFare

2. Pair with Curves

If you are looking for comfortable seating, HomeFare design's perfect upholstered accent chairs with grey hues to slide easily under your table. It provides you with comfortable padded seating so you can enjoy dinner without any interactions.

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Surya

3. Roll out the Perfect Rug

To give your dining room a special aura choosing a rug is your priority. The Surya design's Hand-Knotted rugs in camel and burnt orange shades beautifully slides into your décor and accents the table and chairs with delicate characteristics.

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4. Space it Out

However, if you want to add a more natural look to your design China buffet from HomeFare is a perfect addition for any home. In multiple gray shades, aged patina tones and forged metal will provide more storage and display area.

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Hooker Furniture

5. Add a Sideboard

It is still questionable if everything will fit on the table, adding more space to your dining room will provide you with the right answer. Hooker Furniture design's credenza, with four doors and two shelves with an aluminum metal button, adds a significant point to your dining room.

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ELK Home

6. Inspiring Wall Art

To complete your transitional dining room, you will need firm pieces and sophisticated décor. Shadow boxes for wall décor can imitate the essence of nature. ELK Home and HomeRoots designers introduce you with handcrafted Collection Shadow Boxes; this piece of art blends smoothly into any décor, providing you with a unique ambiance.

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Cooper Classics

7. Subtle Décor

Keep track of time with this exceptional Cooper Classics Mallory Clock. It uniquely blends into any décor with style and time. Pomeroy two candlesticks in antique white crackle leave the room feel a cozy atmosphere.

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Living District

8. Stunning Lighting

The lighting plays an essential role in any design. Living District Caro Collection stunning octagonal glass-plated frame with three candle-light exposed bulbs implements your dining room with antique style. Available on the Appliances Connection website.

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