For an unexpected touch this fall, try a coastal approach to autumnal decor. Stick with different shades of blue and white, then add depth to the overall look with chargers, napkins or placemats made of beachy materials such as woven seagrass.
Repeating colors give your room a designer look. Add napkins and a few choice decor pieces, like a bowl, that match your dining area chairs. An aqua candle in the table luminary ties in with the decor in this new construction kitchen, and the contrasting yellow along the counter in the lemons and pasta creates balance.
A smoked crystal chandelier adds elegance to this transitional dining room while cool blue walls contrast the unique vintage dining room set. A floating cantilevered buffet helps the room appear larger while providing extra storage and simplicity of access for serving. Framed water colors add splashes of color and tie the room together with an additional complementing color in the napkins.
Glass doors and the open concept layout of the living and dining area let natural light pour into both spaces and enhance the airy feel of the rooms. Blue accents—the armchairs and table setting—nod to the home's seaside location and break up the mostly neutral palette.
Celebrate the fall season with an all-American palette of red, white and blue with a warm, autumnal twist. To add a touch of texture, layer bright reds and blues with table cloths, napkins and placemats made of natural materials.
A glass vase full of oranges adds another layer of color to this patio table. A dark-blue-and-white patterned runner is complemented by bright blue and green cloth napkins and white plates, making for a perfect arrangement for alfresco dining.
A floating cantilevered buffet helps this transitional dining room appear larger while providing extra storage and easy access to serving. The cool blue walls, with complementing curtains, contrast the unique vintage dining room set, while a smoked crystal chandelier creates an attractive elegance. Framed water colors add splashes of color and tie the room together with an additional burst of color in the napkins.