On one hand, you have a fine-dining experience at a classy restaurant. An elegant spread of decor on your table, pretty lights around you, slow music, lights to match your mood and gourmet food to top the entire experience.
But on the other hand, you have an order-in setting. Your comfortable sofa or bed, pajamas to wear, warm covers and your favorite movie, all in the comfort of your home.
While the first option sounds really tempting,
we all have days when we find ourselves coveting the latter. Moreover, it is
always amazing to be able to give your guests the fine-dining experience when
they come over to your house for a meal. Read along to find easy tips to create
a fine-dining experience right at home.
Know What You Want
Before you set out to recreate your favorite fine-dining experience at home, find out what exactly it is that you are looking for. There are times when you might wish for specific detail of your favorite restaurant, in which case, you have everything sorted.
However, a fine-dine experience, when you don’t have anything specific in mind, is also a very easy process to take your living space through. You can have multiple inexpensive as well as expensive pieces combined and scattered across your living space to create the same magic as at a gourmet restaurant.
Five Tips To Create A Fine-Dining Experience At Home
There are some clever decor hacks that many
people know about but only a few manage to execute perfectly. These hacks
require you to not just plan but find creative and unique pieces of decor to
add the extra oomph to your space.
1. Furniture is the biggest play here.
Furniture in a dining area can set the way
your room is perceived. Dining room chairs alone carry a lot of
character and shape your dining room. By pairing with an antique or vintage
table, you can create a unique dining space that commands attention and is just
as practical as modern dining furniture.
2. Decor matters a lot to the setting.
The decor around your room matters a lot when you are trying to set the mood for your meal. The centerpiece of your dining table, if you have any, can be a great addition to the whole dining set-up. The wall art surrounding the table can also add value to the setting. An antique painting can definitely draw some attention.
3. Setting the mood right.
As the age of automated home assistants is upon us, you might want to use them too. You can also go old-school and create a playlist. Anything works which might help you set a groovy yet nice and calming mood for your fine-dining experience. Set the lights, music and temperature as what you think might help your guests feel relaxed. It wouldn’t be wrong to call fine-dine a visual experience, because people eat with their eyes first.
4. Lay the table elegantly.
Arranging your table is essential. It is the
first thing people notice when they sit down for a meal. Spread out coasters,
mats, table cloths and the whole deal which brings in the feeling of a gourmet
restaurant. You can follow this up by bringing out your fine cutlery; we all
have that one expensive set we save for special guests. Finally, you may follow
a few napkin folding tutorials to bring out the artist in you.
5. Cook up a storm.
No fine-dining experience is complete without
a lip-smacking meal. It is always a good option to learn a few gourmet recipes
to recreate the fine-dining experience at home.
Recreating a fine-dining experience at home isn’t too difficult when you have everything planned. So roll up your sleeves and have a go at it. We assure you that it is worth it!
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