Leah's Dining RoomTransitional Dining Room, New York
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If your budget is around $1,500. What’s next? After adding new lighting, a mirror and paint, consider upgrading a few dining chairs. If you’re not ready to spring for a whole new set, changing just the chairs at each end of the table can be a good intermediate step. Intentionally mixing up a set is a great way to make your dining room feel more personal and save money to boot. Ready for a bigger splurge? Invest in new chairs all around.Get started:How to Seat Your Dinner Guests in ComfortClean, reupholster or replace?An expert’s reupholstery tips
4. List the sort of things you’d choose if price were no object. Go on an imaginary shopping spree and list all the items (be as specific as possible) you’d love to buy for your home if money were no object. Sometimes this exercise helps free us to think outside the box. Even if you never end up purchasing anything from your dream list, it should give you a clearer picture of what you really love.Ask yourself: How would you describe the items on your dream list? If they come from certain shops or designers, how would you describe the style these shops or designers are known for?