Furnishing a dining room in a small space is an increasingly common task, especially in new build homes and homes with a more limited floor plan. At the beginning of this process, it is necessary to define the dimensions of each piece of furniture that will form the environment, always considering the ideal circulation space so that comfort is present.
In general, the integration of the living room into the dining room is recommended, avoiding separations by masonry, panels, or other works of art: this is a way of making better use of space without partitions and promoting space. Some projects even manage to fit a small home office close to the two rooms. With this integration, it is important to think about the decoration of this space as a whole, with harmony and a pleasant look.
Lighting is another point worth noting that can enhance the decor. For the dining table, choosing a chandelier or a pendant light is ideal to keep your center in the spotlight and make the room more elegant. Prefer white lighting that expands the sense of space.
The mirror is a versatile element that can be used in countless proposals and can be the distinguishing feature in a small dining room: its reflection can reflect the dining table and bring greater visual comfort to the decoration. It can be applied in delimited areas of the walls or along the entire length.
The German corner is an even more space-saving solution in the dining room: Here, a bench leaning against the wall replaces conventional chairs that require sufficient freedom of movement and are easy to move.