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Dining room

Dining rooms are places of sociability, the whole family gets together here for the meals or guests are entertained. The central place is the dining table, often accompanied by a china cabinet or a sideboard. Man people would define the dining table as the heart of the flat because this is not just the place where meals are shared, it is also the place where the most important things in life are talked about and common decisions are made.
For small flats, a collapsible table can be a practical solution, especially when entertaining guests is a rare occasion. Chairs, table and tableware should harmonize. For a rather informal impression, chairs of different styles can be combined or chairs of the same style but in different colours.

Style-defining criteria:


The functional bias of a dining room can be balanced by the charm of some stylistic elements of the furnishing. For the NATURE style, it could be a wooden table that, after many years of use, tells stories that are engraved in its “lived” surface. Elements of the styles NATURE and HARMONY can also complement each other excellently: Natural materials like wood, cork, sisal, linen or paper lamps can be combined with romantic elements from the HARMONY style, e.g. elegant mirrors, romantic fabrics or glass tops.
Even intense colours can be used in the dining room if they are well-matched: The LUST FOR LIVING style does not necessarily have a shrill effect. A combination of one or two strong colours with decent furniture stimulates the appetite and revives the spirits.

Dining room in the style of

NATURE

 

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Dining room in the style of

HARMONY

             

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Dining room in the style of

LUST FOR LIVING



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The colour tones (except special tones) can be found in our Colour Tone Books „Wall paint # 321 – Tinting colours # 330“. You can also view them in a simulated setting in our Colour Designer. The mixing ratio of each colour tone is also shown when you move the cursor over the respective  photo.

Please note: Due to different monitor settings, colour tone presentations may deviate from the original.