Formal Dining & Butler's PantryFarmhouse Dining Room, New Orleans
Formal Dining with Butler's Pantry that connects this space to the Kitchen beyond.
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Plant paperwhites. Any sort of blooming flowers are most welcome in winter, and the delicate white blooms of paperwhites look especially fitting alongside natural holiday decor. Cluster pots full of the blooming bulbs in the center of the dining table or along a buffet or entry table. Just be aware that paperwhites have a strong fragrance once in full bloom, so if you are sensitive to flower fragrances, you might want to choose a different plant.
A bold-colored patterned rug can help define a space, give it pizzazz and create a vivid color scheme. When putting a rug with brighter colors near a light source, rotate the rug every six months or so. Persian and Oriental rugs only look better as they become timeworn and faded, but rotating them keeps the colors even.