When you don’t have enough space inside your home, you don’t have the luxury of worrying about space partitioning – every inch of space in your home becomes multipurpose. However, experts say there are a few non-negotiables like your bathroom and the dining room.
Besides, not having a dining area makes your house look messier. Luckily, you don’t need to add new walls or partitions just to have a dining room.
Add Some Contrast to the Dining Area
Paint your dining area with a contrasting color, or add wallpaper with a visually striking design. This will help set your dining area from the rest of your house. Just make sure the color and the patterns don’t contrast too sharply with the rest of your home.
Hang Some Artwork
Coordinating color schemes can be tricky, however. If you’re not too sure about which color you should use, hanging artwork above your dinner table would be a safer bet. Paintings become the visual focus in a small space, drawing in the other elements near it and making the entire space seem pulled-together or coherent design-wise. Plus, it gives you an opportunity to add some personality to your dining area.
Add a Bench or Banquette on One Side of the Dining Table
If you have a square or rectangular dining table, we recommend replacing the chairs on one side of the table with either a built-in or freestanding bench. Placing the banquette against a wall can save some space, not to mention make your dining area more visually coherent.
Of course, there’s only so much you can do with a few simple visual tricks. If you want to maximize every inch of space in your home, you’ll need the help of whole home remodel contractors.
Just make sure to hire a qualified contractor: it takes a certain level of expertise to make the most of the limited space in your home.
Fort Bend Builders, a proud member of the Texas and Greater Houston Association of Builders, offers whole-home remodeling services, including kitchen remodel services. To get in touch with one of our design experts, call us at (713) 714-1343, or fill out the form here. We serve homeowners in Richmond, TX, as well as the surrounding communities.