Match furniture with wall paints
Designing a small dining room can be easy and simple. The first most important thing is to find a dinner table that would fit the dining room and seat the whole family. It can be folding if you want to have some
extra space for receiving guests. Also opt for chairs or other types of seats of sleek design that won’t take up much space. Avoid big patterns in wall coverings. Match some of the furniture to the wall paint if possible to create a feeling that there is much free space. If the dining room and kitchen are adjacent it would be easier to make the dining area appear bigger. Use open shelves or transparent cabinets to store dishes and display decorative objects in the dining room, these will visually occupy less space. Mirrors reflect not only what’s around but also light making the room look brighter and bigger. Put a big mirror near the window so that the part of outdoors as well as your interior will reflect in it creating an illusion of extra space. And the most important thing is to get rid of standing lamps they occupy much space. Instead use hanging lights.