For times, red has enjoyed status as the color of choice for contemporary dining room sets, which is due to the fact that in the cut of the evening light, reflection gives a free pink shade to faces all those present. Red also has the status of having a reputation to keep the conversation from decreasing because of the psychological excitement that it stimulates compared to other colors. Consider other ways to keep the conversations flowing while looking pretty red without paint.
Few things are more important for the inviting atmosphere required by a formal dining room than lighting. Allow lighting in a dining room to turn the tone off for the rest of the room. Choose ceiling-mounted luminaries with at least six bulb spots. Choose shades ranging from pink to Bordeaux on the inside. When power is on, it will cause a fair amount of color reflection into the living room. Use only mated flame tip chandelier bulbs. Grace the ceiling with a medallion to the chandelier to finish the look.
The walls serve as the largest reflective surface if they are not hidden by paintings, tall furniture or mirrors. Paint the walls in four-inch wide stripes. Select color values that are neighbors on the color wheel. Begin with a lower saturation value as the base coat, and apply streaks to the deeper tone. Male ceiling in the furthest pink bought at the paint shop. Choose a crown casting scaled to the height of the ceiling and the size of the room.