How to Make a Mid Century Dining Table

July 14, 2019 - by : Sebastian Jacob  |  Dining Room  |  No Comments  |  7734 Views
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Dining table is the main furniture in the dining room. That is why you cannot choose the style of your dining table carelessly. If you think about an artistic style you can consider mid century style. Mid century is well known with its arts. There are many artistic designs come in the mid century. So, it will be very attractive to apply mid century to the dining table. You do not need to buy mid century dining table because you can make it by your own.


It is easy to make DIY mid century dining table. The first thing that you have to prepare is the material. Mid century style can be realized with various materials. So, you do not only focus on the wood. Even more, some professional designers prefer using modern materials rather than traditional or classic materials. Some materials that can be used to make mid century dining table are Lucite, Plexiglas, and Bakelite. Those are modern materials from plastics and fiberglass. Besides that, you can also consider some woods such as Rosewood, Oak, Walnut, and Teak wood.


After you decide the material you will use, you have to know the lines that become the characteristics of mid century style dining table. Mid century style is well known with its clean lines. So, you have to pay attention to the lines. Besides that, mid century dining table should also have sleek, sweeping, and crisp lines. The shape should be geometric.


The last tip is to pay attention to the color. If you want to make a mid century dining table, you have to paint it with the vivid colors. There are some people designers who paint mid century tables with green, blue, yellow, or red color. However, you can also consider black and white combination colors.

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