OFF THE WALL

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Well-cu­rated sur­round­ings are key for build­ing am­bi­ence around the din­ner ta­ble, and walls cov­ered with paint­ings, prints and pho­to­graphs are all per­sonal touches that speak to your own in­ter­ests. Echo the colours, themes and shapes of art­work in your table­ware – for ex­am­ple, the wa­ter­colour print of the Zara Home table­cloth (above) com­ple­ments the paint­ings and plants. When din­ing fur­ni­ture has to be tucked to one side, choose ta­bles and chairs with thin legs and frames, which will al­low light to travel through them.

£215, Loaf from £8, ab­strac­t­house.com Faux fern, £40, Deben­hams Wall art, Floor lamp,

Rug, £950, Cox & Cox

£14 for 3, Ge­orge Home Ta­ble, £175, Habi­tat One cen­tral ta­ble leg feels like it takes up a lot less room in a small space Vases,

£150, Habi­tat Din­ing chair,

Paint cush­ion,£70, Tom Dixon at Lib­erty

Wall art, from £13.95, ju­niqe.co.uk

Table­cloth, from £49.99, Zara Home

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