Take the formality out of your dining room with a more casual approach to setting the table. In place of fine china and monogrammed napkins, try using colorful cloth napkins, bright placemats and melamine plates and bowls.
Metallic accents—gleaming silver jars over the fridge, golden pendants—dress up this large kitchen with elegant panache. The kitchen island seats at least five, making it the perfect, easy spot to enjoy a laid-back meal.
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.
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Beautiful greenery carefully draped around this chandelier is an instant way to make it ready for the holidays. On the table, decor is rustic and pretty: simple neutral Christmas trees, sprigs of fir trees and pine cones.