Halloween is past us now, and the season of entertaining and eating has arrived.¬† We have been looking forward to a large and tasty Thanksgiving Day feast this month.¬† And coming up soon enough is Christmas and Hanukah, and even New Years.¬† These holidays, plus the chilly weather, make it easy to invite friends and family into our homes and entertain.
So while there is still time, we are here to help you spruce up that classic entertaining space, your dining room.¬† Thankfully, most dining rooms lend themselves to easy updates.¬† Because most of the furniture in them tend to be wood, glass or metal, there is little in the way of a solid color scheme to stay tied to.¬† Painting the walls makes for an easy update, a way to freshen up the room and create an intimate setting for the holidays.
Ever wonder why red tends to be a featured color in fast food restaurants.¬† It is because the color red helps to simulate your appetite.¬† This makes it a perfect color choice for your dining room too.¬† We think Mythic‚Äôs non-toxic paint color, Sunburst Nose, would be the perfect choice for a dining room during the holidays.
Beyond being the staple color of Fall, orange is known to charge excitement and bring energy, which could help to keep conversation going after a big dinner, versus the turkey coma.¬† We really like Mythic‚Äôs VOC free paint color, Lucky Chance, for dining rooms since it is elegant and eye catching.
Green is a wonderful color for anywhere in your home since it is relaxing and easy to live with.¬† Holiday‚Äôs are meant to be comforting and peaceful, and green naturally would bring about these feelings around the table.¬† In dining rooms, we suggest going with a richer green to play up the drama, such as Mythic‚Äôs eco friendly paint color, Alpine Lodge.
Finally, because Mythic paint is a VOC free paint and does not off gas, it is perfect for a quick dining room update.¬† When your guest visit, they will notice your lovely walls and the smell of turkey, not the headache and chemical smell that using other paints might give them.
We wish you a happy Thanksgiving!