by Dylan Bowen June 17, 2022 2 min read
If you're someone who loves the lavish stuff and loves high-end décor then I know you desire to have the most expensive-looking dining room. But there is a difference between a dining room looking expensive and actually being expensive, by following these tips you can make your dining room look expensive without spending buckets.
Step 1: You can always achieve a high-end look without spending the high-end price. The easiest and simplest thing you can do to your dining room is just to add some colour to the walls. Pain is cheap and inexpensive and can help to make your dining room look that little bit more extravagant. Instead of having white boring walls, you can use light colours that create a beautiful ambience in the dining room without going too wild and using very bold colours.
Step 2: The next thing you can do to make your dining room look more expensive is to have floral arrangements. Almost all places in your room will benefit from some type of floral arrangement and the dining room is no different. Having a beautiful floral arrangement running across the dining room table as the centrepiece adds class and elegance to the dining room and there is nothing more beautiful.
Step 3: The smallest and simplest gesture can help to make your dining room feel more expensive and that is to use gold cutlery or flatware. The gold, high sheen finish of the flatware screams the expensive and lavish. However, if gold is not your thing you can always opt for black too.
Step 4: Adding a rug to your dining room can help bring the design all the way to the floor. They help to tie the whole room together and just give off a vibe of completeness.
Step 5: Wallpaper is a great accent to any room and if your goal is to make your dining room look more expensive then the right wallpaper can help you achieve that.
Step 6: Lighting is one of the most important things in a dining room and it is also the area you can have the most fun with. You can purchase lighting in various shapes and colours but black and gold tend to always look the most expensive.
Step 7: Finally, having artwork in your dining room can help to add the finishing touches in helping to make the room feel more expensive. Artwork tends to feel expensive and it always leaves that vibe in any room there is any.
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