Dining Room

An area where meals are served and guests are entertained, your dining room deserves the same attention as the rest of your home. Whether you only use it for formal occasions like holidays, or you use it on a daily basis for all meals, your dining room should be designed in a way that meets your family’s unique needs. The flooring and the furniture fabric, as well as the lighting and window treatments all combine to form the perfect dining setting. Achieve that perfect look and functionality by seeking the help of a professional interior designer like Cassy Young.

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Eat in comfort & style

Traditional dining rooms are rare these days but effort should be made to create a specific eating area, not one where the kid’s homework is spilling off the table! You should be able to have a casual mid-week meal with friends that is respectful but doesn’t need crystal and starched napkins. The aim is to be welcoming.

But your dining area should also be able to transform on special occasions into a more formal space encompassing pleasant formalities of old. In other words, your dining room should be a multi-functional space for all occasions.

You may be able to break through a wall between your kitchen and dining room to open up the space and allow the host to communicate during preparation. This creates a spacious feeling and lets you buy a long table. Ask interior designer Cassy Young about the length of table you can fit comfortably into your space. Keeping the table leaves in the table permanently will give you a great space to use.

Call today to schedule your complimentary in-home design consultation. Cassy will tour your home and discuss design ideas for your dining room.

Contact Cassy today at 706-540-8925 to schedule your in-home interior design consultation and start creating your special dining room.

Cassy Young of Young Design Group proudly serves the following areas: Athens, Watkinsville, Bogart, Bishop, Statham, Oconee County, Jackson County, and Walton County.

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