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Divine Dining

Make your dining room as warm and cozy as any other rooms with these 5 key ingredients.

In this fast-paced world, we crave a soft, welcoming nest to retreat to.

We love cozy elements in our home, but our dining rooms, which are typically illed with lots of wood furniture, plates and glass, aren’t exactly warm and inviting. So, to create a cozy space that gets used more than once a year, we can add unexpected elements, to trick our brains into thinking our dining rooms are not so practical and cold after all. As an interior designer, I wish I could say I knew exactly how to add that warm, welcoming feel into my own dining room. But, when designing my own spaces, I struggle with many of the same concepts my clients do, so I know irst-hand what it’s like to feel stuck. But after several months, I was on a mission to determine why my dining room didn’t “feel” like the rest of my house. And then I igured it out: it had no personality.

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