What to Consider for Your Dining Room Remodel
When undergoing home remodeling projects, homeowners tend to neglect the dining room, especially because upgraded kitchens, bathrooms, and family rooms often take precedence by many homeowners.
Yet, the design team at Republic West Remodeling believes a dining room can serve a major function in day-to-day living. The dining room is a space commonly used to entertain guests and a place where you can sit as a family and enjoy meals together.
If you think your dining room could benefit from a dining room remodel, here are some ideas to keep in mind before you get started:
Lighting Is Essential
Over the years, lighting approaches have evolved. Today’s most popular choice for a primary lighting source often comes in the form of recessed ceiling lights with dimmer options. The light fittings have transformed over the years from bright, incandescent spotlight bulbs to more contemporary LED options.
Small LED recessed lights are stunning in a modern setting. The quality of light is unparalleled, the bulbs last a long time, and they are extremely efficient.
Laminate flooring can be a durable, easy-to-clean option, and perfect for a place where food, pets, and children come and go.
Most homeowners want their dining room flooring to be carpet or hardwood. The key is to be sure that whatever option you choose, consider the required maintenance to keep it looking beautiful.
Once you have determined your budget and you have an idea of the style you want your dining room remodel to look like, look at furniture options. Strive for a dining room table that is high quality, yet durable, so that it can last for a long time.
Consider a quality table that includes a leaf so you can extend it when entertaining. Also, pay close attention to dining room chairs. They should be stylish and sturdy, yet comfortable.
Time to Dive Into Your Dining Room Remodel
Contact our team of professionals today for the highest quality luxury dining room remodels. Our contractors serve homeowners in the Scottsdale, Phoenix, and the Phoenix metro area.
Call (480) 428-8155 to schedule your free consultation or contact us online.