A pine wood dresser with yellow tones and simple round drawer-pulls is flattered by warm incandescent lamp light in this bedroom from designer Elizabeth P. Clarke. Tips from the designer: For a phenomenal lighting effect, incorporate beautiful table lamps into your bedroom design. Illuminating your space in this way produces a rich level of sophistication and ambiance. It is the room's overall splash of light.
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.
Being a very narrow kitchen space, the goal was to make the kitchen and dining area as open to each other as possible while adding storage which was created in the wall behind the dining table. A pine picnic table works as a space saver and point of interest in this otherwise white kitchen.
An over-scaled sofa and cozy club chairs are combined with two sandblasted pine coffee tables in the HGTV Dream Home 2013 great room. The space provides a front-row seat to South Carolina's Kiawah Island through glass doors that offer a seamless transition from indoors to outdoors. In keeping with beach house interiors, the furnishings were chosen for both beauty and durability.
The trestle-style table in this contemporary country kitchen was built by craftsman Richard Kiusalas of West Barnstable Tables and features a tabletop fashioned from antique pine wainscoting. The original green/gray finish is carefully sanded to reveal the patina of the original wood under the paint.
This rustic open concept kitchen and dining area features a custom wood table with bench, a deer antler chandelier, a breakfast bar Island with repurposed timber used for stools, dark wood cabinets, and knotty pine wall and ceiling paneling.
Create an easy decoration for any table in your home. Barnhardt suggests gathering favorite ornaments in colors that complement your decor, and mix with pine cones or pods into bowls. Photo courtesy of Cindy Aplanalp
Space was limited for the corner breakfast area in this townhouse. A circular table fits best and a custom built-in wall unit provides storage without taking up space. The shelving is made with salvaged pine from local barns.
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.
This charming home is used by its owners as a full-time rental. To make it memorable, they chose a colorful, eco-friendly design inspiration: The island features an 8-foot wood countertop. The dining table is custom-made from 3-inch thick Blue Pine.
With no room for a table in her own small kitchen, interior designer Melanie Coddington installed a pine slab counter in an adjacent alcove. Bright orange barstools combine beautifully with the wood of the counter and frame of the large wall mirror.
To stand up to Florida's harsh and changeable weather conditions, a pine trestle-style table is treated with two layers of primer, three layers of car paint and finally two layers of clear coat. Vintage steel chairs cozy up and offer seating for eight.