Almost seamless floor-to-ceiling windows provide breathtaking views of Los Angeles. A sleek dining table is surrounded by gray upholstered and chrome armchairs, which opens up to the comfortable living room.
This friendly dining room feels sunny and bright with natural light streaming in a set of French doors. The design is warm and a just right amount of elegant with wainscoting, a pretty patterned wallpaper and a chandelier.
The painting's subject matter in this Ammie Kim-designed space is perfect for a dining room. The frame picks up the golden tones that are used throughout the room and the art is hung at the perfect height (just slightly above eye level of seated diners).
An antique brass chandelier hangs above the dining table with Windsor chairs. The wallpaper and floor-to-ceiling curtains, along with the collections of blue toile plates, give this dining room a romantic, vintage feel.
Phenomenal wood paneling surrounds this formal kitchen nook from the walls to the ceiling. Bright white chairs, neutral stone tile and a basket of colorful flowers brighten up the masculine, Mediterranean space.
This wine room features a modern hand-blown glass chandelier suspended from the ceiling to illuminate the circular space. Curved wine racks offer ample space to store wine, which is easily accessed with a rolling ladder. To give the room an organic look with a modern twist, stone is laid vertically instead of horizontally.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, designer Sarah Richardson transformed this once dark and dated dining room into a chic, bright space with plenty of room to eat and entertain. For this glamorous update, she stained the original hardwood floors a darker color, smoothed out the popcorn ceilings, added new trim and wallpaper and filled the space with a mixture of modern and vintage decor.
In this dining room, a bench lines one side of the trestle table. It's a fresh approach to seating that keeps the mood casual and friendly. The simple table runner is another nod to the room's laid-back, country style.
Interested in a warmer, sunny approach to springtime decorating? Try pairing bright tangerine with canary yellow and gold. While tangerine reads sweet and saturated and canary yellow light and bright, gold adds a layer of richness and also acts as a neutralizer.
A visually interesting tabletop makes table setting easy. Coordinating items of a limited color palette, as seen here in the fruit, platter, pitcher and flowers, is a simple and effective way to bring harmony while looking effortless.
Inside this library, with has light sage green walls, a large built-in bookcase overflowing with books is positioned next to a white fireplace. Two glass candlesticks and a potted flower sit on the mantel, and above the fireplace hangs a simple floral painting.