There’s just something about Renaissance Medieval dining rooms that make you feel cozy and at home. With their alluring stone walls and warm rustic tones, they’re something straight out of a storybook. In the Renaissance days Medieval dining rooms were extravagant and lavish. With full course meals and wine galore. The gatherings were well looked forward to and everyone engorged themselves. It’s refreshing to see these Renaissance styles today. Mostly with interior designing. Though medieval dining rooms today are way more modernized, I still love the look of rough metal and distressed wood.
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Medieval Dining Rooms Part 2
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