Dining Room. Tuesday , July 04th , 2017 - 04:28:03 AM
The next level of drapery sophistication might be sheers that come in a range of patterns, thickness, and designs. These add a gauzy look to the windows and work well with summer or light decor. In the winter, heavier draperies can be added for a layered look, with the heavier fabric tied back by day and loosened to hang down at night as a window covering. Keep in mind that sheers and draperies will need to be cleaned periodically. Sometimes you can use a hand vacuum to remove dust occasionally, and send them out for heavy-duty cleaning every six months or so.
Heap praise on your staff. Even if you find very little at the beginning praise the good things so that they will listen to you when you ask them to do something better another way.
Getting a nice Asian look in your dining room can be as basic as just buying new decorative accessories or as involved as doing a total room remake. Either way, attention to the fine details and making sure to coordinate your accessories and furniture will help you accomplish a wonderful new Asian inspired style that will make dining at home a new experience!
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