Re-Purposed. If you are a skilled craftsman, or you simply have a lot of time on your hands, you can try to create your own table out of older materials. Some common materials used are flooring planks, particularly in rarer woods such as redwood, old wooden doors, and even wood salvaged from wrecked ships. If done properly, these materials can make for truly unique dining room sets that not only look fantastic, but also offer a story that you can tell to any guests sitting at them.
Dining Room Decor. Light colored or White colored walls will make the room look bigger, while in the event that you have an especially substantial room, darker colors can make it seem closer. Attempt to decrease bright primary colors: it is fine to have one brightly colored wall if the others coordinate with a more quieted pastel shade, yet an excess of color is not for the most part suggested for a dining room.
Traditionally, dining room sets were composed of a large rectangular table surrounded by chairs. The two chairs at either head had arms, while the chairs along the sides were armless. The furniture is almost always made of wood, and prior to the 19th century, unique to each home. While custom pieces are still available today, they can be prohibitively expensive. Here is a look at some of the more common styles of tables and chairs that are available today.