Small doesn't have to mean basic. Where space isn't the wow factor, pull the attention with colour and structure. One side of this small dining room has been given over to vibrant coloring and pattern. An attribute wallpaper takes centre stage, flanked by fuchsia pink alcoves in a wonderfully lively decorating design. Bench seating is a wise choice for this small space, while pendant bulbs add a little mood lighting come night-time.
The perfect solution is to the first may be versatile furniture look for slimline or extendable furniture. Circular and oval designs might be a much better option than square or rectangular as possible squeeze more folks in. Hinged wall-hung tables are also worth taking into consideration: just lift and secure the stand top when you eat and lower again if you are finished and that means you can use the space all the time. Stackable recliners are a good option, too. Or think about bench seats, which can accommodate more diners. Element in dining room safe-keeping. Benches that can house hidden cupboards could make them an improved option than chair.
Consider a goblet fronted cupboard, second-hand ones can be upcycled with car paint or wallpaper, it'll give a self-contained place for stuff but will look damn cool in to the bargain. If you are really caught up for space for storage, a good suggestion is to 'look high and low'. A high-level shelf playing around a wall structure or two is interestingly convenient for storing and showing jugs, silverware and the like. Lower down, benches which double as storage or low-level built-in cupboards along a wall which may be used as car seats, are a good wager.
If you've got more space, a sideboard is just the thing. It nicely stores everything you need and provides you a surface for offering dishes and bottles of wine, too. Alcoves can be utilised for dining area storage space, stacking them with your preferred cookbooks adds a good culinary touch.
This kitchen space is not much wider than its screen, but it has been maximised by adding built-in bench seating. Include storage space under benches so you are not wasting any space. Add seating pads and scatter pads in a mix of coloured fabrics. Squeeze the largest table possible between the two benches and make the space special by dangling an large pendant light above. A pleasant, cosy arrangement.