This Mediterranean dining room balances big, heavy pieces in dark colors, like the china cabinet, with lighter elements like the white walls and glass chandelier. Touches like the zebra head and striped rug give the room a global note.
Stone walls, ceiling beams and built-in wine storage are custom touches that make this Tuscan-inspired dining room completely unique. A contemporary light fixture hangs above a traditional dining table, and warm colors and rustic finishes add to the room's Mediterranean feel.
Medieval and Mediterranean Styles Converge in Dining Room
With heavy wood beams, a round chandelier and a stone fireplace, this elegant dining room evokes thoughts of the medieval era. At the same time, the large blue area rug and terra cotta tile help blend in Mediterranean-style details.
Keeping the furnishings simple in this dining room calls attention to the lovely Spanish-style architecture with its graceful arches, high ceiling and beautiful wood floors. Black exposed beams pull the eye up and make the ceiling appear even loftier.
Dark, elegant details like the green velvet sofa and black leather dining chairs give this Spanish-style room a beautifully sophisticated look. The dark shades are brightened with luxurious golden pops of brass.
Neutral Eat-In Kitchen Features Rich Wood Ceiling Beams
This stunning kitchen boasts a convenient dining area with a coordinating color scheme, making the two spaces blend seamlessly into one. Rich wood ceiling beams add architectural interest while helping to unite the spaces.
Dark wood ceiling beams and trim honor this home's original Spanish style architecture. The beaded chandelier gives the room an elegant, global look that complements the existing Mediterranean features.
Formal Dining Room: Bayfront Mediterranean Villa in Naples, Fla.
Elegant and formal, this dining room draws from the Mediterranean style of the home with a pair of crystal chandeliers and beautifully detailed furnishings. An arched doorway keeps the space open to the two-story great room for seamless entertaining.
The dining room glimmers with light reflected in a mirrored screen propped in the corner of the room. The eighteenth century Portuguese side table, decorative bust and faux paint lend a Mediterranean vibe to the space.