Thursday, April 14, 2016

Jazz Up Your Dining Room with Rich Wood from Tommy Bahama

Your dining room table is more than a place to sit and eat a meal. It's the heart of your home—the place where families share their stories and struggles at the end of the day, where best friends giggle over fond memories, where you sit quietly each morning reflecting over a hot cup of coffee and the morning news. The dining room is one of the most treasured rooms in any home—comfortable space that nourishes body and soul. You dining room design should allow special moments to take center stage.

Tommy Bahama dining room set at Baer's Furniture

Put Some Extra Spice into Your Dining Room D├ęcor

It is well-known that eating together with family and friends strengthens the bonds that keep a group together. You dining room is where you spend time enjoying heathy conversation along with healthy food. A great dining room table can put some extra spice in the food you serve and some extra jazz into the conversation that surrounds it. The "Ocean Club Peninsula Dining Table gives you enough space to entertain your family and friends in style.

The Asian influence of this otherwise classic table offers your guests the comfort and warmth every dining experience deserves. The rich, warm wood gives your dining room a contemporary look that makes it a great place for entertaining family and friends. The solid, simple yet elegant furniture completes the modern look.

Kowloon Arm Chair by Tommy Bahama

Large floor-to-ceiling windows provide an abundance of natural light, making it light and airy. The view becomes a piece of art, and the white walls and ceiling make the room feel larger. Light wooden chairs with upholstered seats, such as the Ocean Club Kowloon Arm Chair contribute to the airy tone and give your guests comfortable seating with a classic, traditional touch.

Light It Up Right

Lighting is an important feature in a dining room—it sets the mood. Your light fixture should relate to your dining room table, not the room itself. Chandeliers go best with round tables, while linear or modern shapes go best with rectangular tables. Dimmer switches are great for controlling the mood and the fixture should be hung about 30 inches above the table. If necessary or desired, you can add layers of lighting with wall sconces and recessed lights.

Visit Baer’s Furniture for more dining room inspiration and to see the entire line of Tommy Bahama Ocean Club furniture.

In the Central Florida area? Visit Baer’s Furniture in Casselberry, or find a showroom near you!

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