Chandeliers will be the order of the day in a formal dining area and could add an eclectic touch to more casual space, but if mixing styles isn’t your thing, consider alternatives. Replace the chandelier and only a more casual fixture. A lamp with a metal shade that appears like it came from a factory gives an industrial feel, while pendant equipment and lighting designed from mason jars supply the available room a primitive vibe. Overhead lighting isn’t your only option. Situating floor lights near the desk illuminates it and the immediate area, and table lamps placed on a sideboard create ambient light.
Chairs and tables, buffets and hutches in highly refined woods such as mahogany and cherry are popular in formal eating rooms. The table holds court in the heart of the room, as the other pieces line the walls, their shelves weighted down with displays of china and crystal. Often dressed with linen or lace tablecloths, the table isn’t the perfect spot to serve a family group dinner that may include spills from foods and beverages that stain.
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