Plans open concepts are popular today but the widths presented in this type of architecture can be a challenge to decorate. Rustic dining room sets can share a large space into zones that define smaller “rooms” is a way to go. Color choices are a way to describe spaces, but if your home has an open concept and dining combination. Another way to define the living room is from the dining room through the furniture location.
Draw a floor plan of the space. Measure the space and use routed paper so you can draw the roughly scale or simply make a rough sketch. Sketch in your larger furniture such as sofas, armchairs, dining table and chairs and sideboards, hutches or china cabinets. Do more than one floor plan to get an idea of possible furniture configurations for your space. Traffic pattern plan. Allow about three to four feet for major roads, two feet between furniture and about eighteen inches between a sofa and coffee table.
Arrange dining room furniture in a conversation area around a focal point such as a fireplace or a window with a beautiful view. Resist the temptation to push it on the walls; rather, it flows in the middle of the room. Place a couch parallel to the dining room to separate it from the living room. Positioning a sideboard or buffet between the two areas will also serve to define spaces. Hang a chandelier in the middle of the dining area and center the dining table and chairs under it. Form a more formal dining area by separating it from the living room with folding privacy screens.