In an age where the open floor plan and “open-concept kitchen” are top priorities for homeowners, the traditional dining room has evolved. There has been a distinctive shift in the generational culture as dinner guests are more likely to be helping to prepare meals, rather than waiting to be served. This trend has lead many homeowners to prefer multi-purpose eating areas over the traditional dining room. We wouldn’t go as far to say that the traditional dining room is “dead” – but these areas are progressively becoming less formal. As one would expect, dining lighting styles and applications have also followed suit with more casual and creative ways to light multi-purpose dining spaces.
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Does your home have a traditional dining room? How would you light your dining area?