There will not be a shortage of conversation around this fabulous dining table. From fun colors to exquisite details this room carries a theme all it's own and does it amazingly. This eclectic dining room features blue walls, traditional white arm chairs upholstered in turquoise blue and white stripes, and a round glass top dining table with orange legs. An upholstered bench with orange pillows and a large multi-sided mirror add to the room.
Just a few steps through the front door and the space opens up into this expansive dining room. Part of the effortless charm of this home comes from original details such as historic moldings. The cool white of the walls and the warm wood tone of the floor create a stark backdrop that give the room’s other colors and elements ample room to shine. The dining room is a mix of rustic and industrial elements. To add some color to the mix, a large red print, left by the home’s previous tenant adds a pop of color to the neutral decor.
This little moment in the dining room reflects how Angela incorporates minimalist principals with colorful whimsy throughout the space. The artwork, painted by her two eldest children when they were just toddlers, is not only a great conversation piece but it also provides just the right amount of soft edges and free-flowing brushstrokes to create a contained chaos, that pairs perfectly with the clean modest lines of the credenza. The mod, architectural yellow chair (another one of Angela’s amazing vintage finds) may be small but it certainly makes a large impact in the space.
The celebrity owned burger joint Wahlburgers boasts a fresh and contemporary take on the old, school diner vibe. Bright green accents pop in the neutral space and framed Mark Wahlberg posters hang on the wall for a personal touch.
Bring the natural beauty of the coast inside by incorporating beach-inspired elements, like this driftwood-toned wooden table and sea-colored glassware. The seascape painting above the mantel reminds you that the water is never far away.
Blue wall paneling and ceiling beams provide a bold backdrop for the pine dining table in this country-style dining room. A painted chandelier, striped curtains and white dining chairs help tone down the saturated wall color, creating an overall look that is cozy.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, a once cramped living space was transformed into a bright and cheery open plan dining, living and kitchen area. Sarah chose antique-style wicker chairs, a traditional hanging chandelier and charming bird wall prints to satisfy her clients' love of vintage cottage decor. A gorgeous built-in sideboard adds extra storage and is a chic way to display vintage finds.
The dining room is a study in eclectic minimalism. A beautifully carved wooden door is reclaimed to find new life as the tabletop, overlaid with glass. The bright colors of the artwork, lanterns and bowls create a discreet yet energetic color palette.
The open, southwestern-inspired kitchen and dining room is grounded by terracotta tile and hardwood flooring. A rustic dining table is paired with long benches for family-style dinners, while a two-tiered chandelier adds an Old World nod to the space.
Gray textured walls surround a black dining table and chairs. A modern chandelier illuminates the gold-framed art and brings out the brushed gold details in the adjacent art pieces, while a green floral centerpiece accents the oriental design.