From the '50s-era yellow thrift-store table to the butter-hued chairs, this southwestern-themed dining room makes for a sunny spot to eat and mingle.
An otherwise-austere rustic dining room is brightened with the addition of a royal blue table frame.
The burled beech wood and chrome credenza in this dining room anchors a unique arrangement of artwork that combines oil paintings, a mono print, a paper collage on plywood and a branch from the yard of the owners.
By limiting confident citrus hues to a single element, you can create a focal point of color. Here, a large-scale pendant becomes a visual treat, offering a dose of vivid color in an otherwise neutral room. Make your own pendant by creating a frame, covering with fabric, and fitting with a light kit.
This magnificent steel table was formerly used as a conference table at the owner's office. The 1930's caned bentwood cafe chairs are antique shop finds.
Every color of the rainbow is at home in this multipurpose dining room via an attention-grabbing green chandelier, cheery yellow trim, blue hydrangeas and red details on the window valance.
In the corner of this modern dining room, a vintage Saarinen table and Arne Jacobsen swan chairs create and intimate spot for two.
Asian influences rule this zen-like space, as evidenced by the focus on sharp, clean lines and the bright, natural tones from the wooden table, chairs and paneled walls.
January 09, 2012 1:50 PM
how about a gold painted room?
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