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Tips For A Bigger Dining Room

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Lorena Benchis


If you are looking for tips for a bigger dining room then you have come to the right place! There is plenty you can do to give your dining room a bit of a mini makeover and make it seem larger, and the great news is that it doesn’t have to cost a lot either. Read on for some simple home Dinning Roomimprovement tips for your dining room that you can start to carry out today.

If you want a bigger dining room but don’t want to move house or knock a wall through, creating the illusion of space is easy. First, de-clutter. This means getting rid of anything you don’t want or need by giving to friends, charity or by selling online. You might have oak dining chairs, for example, that you no longer use but which are still in good condition, in which case you should be able to sell them on and use the money towards new items of furniture for your dining room.

You can also consider customising and fixing older pieces of furniture rather than throwing them away or selling them. Sometimes older furniture just needs a little bit of time and TLC in order to be brought back to its original state.

The next step is to make a note of any new furniture you still need to purchase. If you need a few items but don’t have a great deal of money to splash out, don’t despair. Find items such as oak dining tables in online sales and scour the charity shops, car boot sales and auctions for second hand finds as well. You can mix new sales items with second hand finds to get the most out of your money. You might even end up finding a really good vintage item worth a lot of money.

Once you have de-cluttered, customised and acquired any new pieces of furniture you need, arrange them in a way that gives your dining room the most floor space in order to create that larger feel. Another good suggestion for creating space in this room is to choose extendable furniture such as tables which can be folded up when not in use.