Setting the scene for Christmas…
With only 69 days left until the big day, Christmas for the majority of us is somewhat stressful.
If you are eating out this Christmas, or indeed being catered for, then your stress levels are likely to be low, but if the cooking has fallen at your house this year, it’s likely that you’re already given it some consideration. Whether you have friends, family or both joining you for the ‘most important meal of the year’, setting the scene and creating the right atmosphere can be equally as important as the food itself!
Culebra Peak White - a fabulous choice for a wintery themed dining room
After deciding on the menu, and maybe a theme for the table decorations, along with a seating plan to ensure harmony amongst your guests on the day, there’s not much more you can do until much closer to mid December. That is unless you’re planning to re-decorate?
Decorating a room in our home seems to be a priority amongst so many of us in the run up to Christmas. It’s possibly because we neglected to do it over the Summer, especially as here in the UK the weather has been exceptionally good. Perhaps it’s been down to finances and you hadn’t quite achieved the budget that you set out to save for? And of course, it could simply be a case of too little time!
Rocky Mountain Grey, ideal for an open plan dining kitchen
So if you are planning to update your dining room ready for the ‘big day’ and feel you have simply run out of time, stop worrying!
At PLAANK, transforming a room such as a dining room is really easy. Not only is it a task that a competent DIYer can undertake, but decorating a single wall with PLAANK wall panelling is a really cost effective way to update even the most plain dining areas!
Piz Bernina Pine, a beautiful contrast with cream kitchen units
Whether your dining room is located within your kitchen or is an entirely separate room, there’s sure to be a wooden wall panelling to complement your current features or furniture.
Don’t delay, request some samples today and transform your dining room this Christmas…