By Jeanne Loup. Dining Room. Published at Thursday, November 23rd, 2017 - 02:19:32 AM.
Perhaps the most instantaneous and effective way to bring freshness to your dining room is placing flowers in large vases as a statement centerpiece. The stronger the contrast between green and the flower’s petals are, the fresher the impression. Get creative by placing single stems into long, simple glass vials to place next to each person’s plate for a modest touch.
Keep the room filled with neutrals and layer them in for a relaxed, laid-back feel. This look goes great with rustic wooden floors.Blue ceramic accents will add a touch of hominess to any room. It’s a calming color that is traditionally underutilized for dining rooms, which will make it feel all the more whimsical and fun.
This new spin on traditional dining lighting pieces is one of the best facelifts you can pursue! These modern pendants are stylish and full of character. Plus, the balance of glass and metal goes with just about any decor you can imagine. If you can add a window seat to a room, it will instantly create a relaxed feeling you’ll love. Arrange it against a wall or a window, place a table in front, and add two high-back chairs to the other side and you’ve got it done!
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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