Published at Monday, February 19th, 2018 - 00:48:57 AM. Dining Room. By Dominique Prune.
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Since the table is the focal point of the room, it sets the overall tone. Make your table inviting by getting a rustic wooden table that’s polished and not too stuffy. Lighter hardwood flooring feels much less uptight than chic, mahogany-stained boards. It also frees you up for endless contrast, with darker wooden accent pieces and a multitude of color options for your decor.
Moldings and trim paint colors can make a big difference in creating a formal dining space. White-painted baseboards, crown moldings, and mantels add a traditional vibe when paired with color, such as in the Louisville, Kentucky, dining room architect Joel Barkley and designer Todd Klein renovated for clients. The space features soft pink walls, crisp trim, and a glossy white ceiling—a trick Klein picked up from Albert Hadley.
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