60 Design an open space and find the right paint color for living room dining room
When we combine the living room with the dining room, we must think of the harmonization of the two spaces, that is to say the marriage of colors and decorative objects. The right paint color for living room dining is crucial for the atmosphere you are going to create there. Some of the colors and objects in the living room must match some of the colors and objects in the dining room. They do not have to be identical, but they have to agree to each other. Cushions, candle holders, lamps, small storage boxes, chairs and stools, and all items that are easy to move, can help you change and energize the decor anytime you want. It is also important to think of the good delimitation that can be made by the orientation of the furniture in the room, by different carpets, by the contrast of the wall covering and the different decorative themes. In this way all visitors to the room will admire the visual separation between the two areas, which will give an impression of tidy space.
Paint color for living room dining room taupe combined with brick wall effect
Contemporary lounges open to kitchens and dining rooms and the interiors are becoming more and more varied and rich in colors and original materials. The first thing you have to choose from after deciding to combine the living room with the dining room is of course the color of the mural – whether it will be unified or if you are going to bet on contrasts. It depends on your ideas on deco and the organization of the interior. Perhaps your goal will be to visually separate the two spaces – the living room and the dining area. In this case you can highlight the different functions of each zone, using two different paints. The difference between the two colors can be minimal – for a discrete delimitation, or more categorical – when looking for a more pronounced effect. There are several clever variations for the symbolic separation of two spaces in the same room – a partition, a shelf, a large dining table, and so on. But in all these cases you can also use the effect of two different colors.
A large open space with paint color for living room dining room taupe
How to choose the paint color for living room dining?
If you have a small space, for example a small studio , but you still want to create two delimited areas, it would be better to choose light and warm colors like pastel yellow, beige, cream. It is best to use close colors. A surprising combination that has become classic of the new time is composed of taupe and gray. It is a relaxing wedding that harmonizes the energies in the interior. White and beige are another variation suitable for small spaces. With these colors even the small interior will look brighter.
A paint color for living room blue dining combined with an ashen pink decor
In rooms where two spaces are combined with different functions dark colors are not recommended. You do not want to visually diminish the interior but you can put an accent with a bright and energetic color. Choose a small place on a wall. This place can be near the dining table to influence your appetite and your good mood. For the lounge area we recommend a neutral and elegant paint. If you want more vitality in your interior, scatter decorative objects such as cushions, candle holders, lanterns and vases in strong colors.
A lounge and dining room in length with well associated colors
How to delimit the two spaces without however breaking the link between them
- With a library shelf – it will be the perfect furniture to separate the living room from the dining area without obscuring the space. You can use the cages as plant holders to create a green and refreshing separation wall
- By installing a low furniture – a table, a sofa or a row that will not break the view but will still mark the line between the two spaces
- By laying different rugs in the living room area and in the dining room area
- By creating a platform to create a second level. For example the dining table can be located a little higher than the living room
- By installing a screen semi occultant
- With a transparent partition or a glass wall
Two corners in the same room separated by the distance of the furniture. The taupe paint combines the two areas
It is more difficult to define the small spaces but we offer you a tip to do it without problems. In this case it is good to use the orientation of the furniture. Put the furniture in one of the two areas parallel to the walls and in the other – perpendicularly. This difference in storage will instantly influence the perception of the interior. To create a different atmosphere near the dining table, put a wall dye, a wall poster or paint a wall in warm color. As for painting in the living room, it’s better to choose one that is neutral. Also think about playing with paint and accents in the interior. It is not very difficult to create an interior of the yin and yang type. That is to say that the mural of one of the two zones will define the predominant color of the decorative objects in the other zone.
A modern living space – living room, dining room and kitchen
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Paint color for living room dining room that brings out the two different areas of this open space
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