We run across a few old houses that have an interesting dining room the dining room looks so luxurious and classic at the same time. As we observe and take a look at some small details, we realize that the style is mostly adapted from French. We’ll talk about this topic from here on. So, have a nice seat while reading our post.
When you think more about French dining room, you’ll realize that it’s not actually a room. Rather, it’s an integral part of the living room and sometimes kitchen which is separated by some shelf the owners use to place some ornamental accessories, like medallions, silverware, etc.
Once you get into the room, you’ll feel the warm yet serious atmosphere. You know, some French top class residents are famous with their strict table manner, don’t you? However, since most of the furniture is made of wood, it gives the feeling of low profile and warm.
Highly ornamented chandelier that reflects the era of King Louis is one of the must item if you want to recreate your dining room using French style. You will also need a number of classic paintings on your wall. They do not to be big. As long as they look classy and traditional, then it’s okay. If you want, you can also have some candles and vases there.
Classic dining rooms are closely related to dark and low lighting environment but today the trend shows otherwise. We start seeing French dining room that incorporates some large windows and bright coloring.