Dining Rooms. Thursday , November 07th , 2019 - 11:48:45 AM
We know that our dining rooms have four walls, but did you know that there’s a fifth wall to decorate? Your dining room ceiling is an important part of your decorating plan. A chandelier is often the focal point for your dining space, putting all eyes on your ceiling. You can take advantage of that extra wall by adding an accent color, reclaimed wood or even wallpaper. The ceiling is your blank canvas.
This dining room showcases a soft, neutral color palette with traditional touches that emphasize the historical details and architecture in the space. The grand table is perfect for formal fundraising dinners and board meetings orchestrated by its philanthropic owner.
This modern dining room opens to the kitchen on the on side and the living area on the other end. The spacious room with a commanding view risked looking far too open. Painting the adjacent wall black and adding a dark gray area rug added contrast and helped create a more intimate space. The black-and-white drum pendants and bright white chairs add personality and visual interest.
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