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Fine Dining at Home: Make Your House the Hottest Restaurant in Town

Tags: Home Remodeling, Kitchen Remodeling, Kitchen Design, Interior Design



If you are a fan of cooking you probably serve up some special dishes at home, but is your dining space letting you down? If you like giving your friends and family a fine dining experience, you can make a few subtle upgrades to make your house the hottest restaurant in town. Check out this quick guide to find out how.

Dine In Style

Do you want the feel of a fine dining restaurant at home? You probably need to make an upgrade to your dining room furniture. The food may be what brings people to a fancy restaurant, but the decor and ambience are what sets the tone when they get there.

You need a larger dining table too if you are going to treat family and friends to a fine dining experience. Look for a square dining table for 6 to give yourself the most flexibility, while still having plenty of styles to choose from.

Dinnerware Is a Massive Style Opportunity

The plates, pots, and cutlery you place on the table are a big style statement, whether you mean them to be or not. If you want to give your dining room an air of sophistication, you need some high-quality dinnerware to bring out when the occasion demands it.

The materials and patterns you decide to use should complement the decor of your space and provide the perfect platform to present your dishes. Do not be afraid of using plain white plates; these let the food do the talking. The first bite is with the eye, say the top French chefs.

Go Bistro

If you do not want to commit to a big change in your dining room, or you want to add the option of intimate dining experiences where you get to show off your cooking skills, consider one of these kitchen furniture sets. Having one of these in your kitchen creates a lot of dining opportunities.

This type of kitchen furniture lets you have intimate dinners with loved ones in the kitchen, like an old French bistro. They also come in handy for quick family meals, especially breakfast. They can complement your dining room furniture or bring a different style into the kitchen.

Add Some Art to the Space

Nothing tells you that you are in a fancy fine dining restaurant like the art on the walls, plus the mirrors. Take a little time to choose some prints to frame and hang on the wall as a finishing touch. Choose a mirror with a gilded frame, or better yet, get two. If you hang them opposite each other, they will add the illusion of extra space, making your home restaurant look bigger.

Be careful to choose suitable art, or to stick with a theme or artistic style. The walls should not look ‘busy’, but relaxing. Surround your diners with style to put the cherry on top of their fine dining experience.

Combine these top tips together and you will have a home restaurant that you can be proud of. Treat your friends and family to a special dining experience with these fantastic ideas.