The month of Ramadan demands the cleansing of mind and body. In order to achieve this contentment, it is necessary that you make simple and cosy presentation of your surroundings also especially of the dinning room where the family has to gather for Saher and Iftar.
The dinning room is used for Saher and Iftar dinner. It is necessary that you decorate it according to your comfortable style and elegance. Sometimes, the dining room is also meant for late night for work or study. And sometimes children need the large dining table for playing games.
Always remember that Ramadan aims for calm and peaceful environment. So make sure that dinning room should have functional furniture and carry a calm, cosy and peaceful environment that has character and flexibility.
It is necessary that you use solid quality furniture in Ramadan. Families would like to saher and iftar on comfortable cosy furniture which can carry modern look and sets the tone of the room. The dinning room should have the ability to withstand rough handling and should have a multi-functional use.
In order to make your dinning room more vibrant in Ramadan, it is necessary that you should decorate it with interesting drapes, a cool clock, or a visually-stimulating bookcase all work well. You can place Islamic books and Holy Quran especially there in Ramadan which you can read after saher or iftar. Use symmetry for a quiet overall calm, or less symmetry for a more flexible, free feeling. Use the dining room set as the focal point of the dinning room.
Add an area rug of green, white and blue with style under the table which reflects the peace and purity of Ramadan. Remember that rugs add warmth and often make dinning rooms seem smaller, creating a cosy ambiance. Area rugs are best when used on hard flooring surfaces. Choose your colours wisely. Allow the rug to showcase your accent colours of Ramadan.
Think of the size of your dining room furniture. Make sure the area rug is large enough and that it works well with your dining room set. Be sure each dining chair remains on the rug when pulled out.
In Ramadan, a sense of privacy and meditation from the rest of the world is important. So think of your privacy when dining. A sense of privacy at saher and iftar helps in bringing people closer. Make sure your family time at the dinner table remains private. Keep out those nosey neighbours and if possible include drapes, blinds, and non-glaring windows.
Choose lighting in Ramadan and for all occasions that is both functional and aesthetic. Make sure that whatever you serve at iftar and saher should look good and taste goods. So the lightening system of your dinning room should make people see what is on their plate. The lighting adds an element of surprise and whimsy to an otherwise simple contemporary look.
When thinking about interior decorating in Ramadan for dining rooms, solutions may seem easy, but it’s the furniture and attention to detail that makes the room both functional and cosy.
The month of Ramadan demands the cleansing of mind and body.