Dining Rooms. Thursday , November 07th , 2019 - 07:07:03 AM
This home and its dining room suffer from wanderlust. The layout is quite confusing, with many corridors, rooms, corners and stairs. The homeowner had trouble making sense of the flow, so she painted this entire level in a monochromatic apricot palette. She took a chance with the approach and it worked—the color gave the odd layout and elegant dining area a stately and cohesive feel.
This commanding dining room features teal blue on the walls, painted hutch and upholstery. The white chairs contrast with the saturated blue and lend a traditional feel to the space. The cove ceiling detail and chandelier reinforce the elegance that is evident throughout the house.
A massive cast stone fireplace anchors the Old World dining room, giving it the feel of a Spanish castle. The oval dining table in burl wood can seat six guests comfortably. The antique wrought iron chandelier is a fitting fixture to light the romantic space.
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