This breakfast nook is packed with vibrant hues and graphic lines. Navy blue walls and red plaid curtains provide appealing contrast in the space while a wood pendant light adds a rustic, masculine touch to the striking red dining chairs.
Previously void of color and pattern, the updated breakfast nook is packed with vibrant hues and graphic lines. The walls are painted navy blue and the windows are covered with red plaid curtains, which match the red Parson chairs.
This bold breakfast nook pairs together a lipstick red wall color with metallic crown molding and floral Roman shades. A vintage metal chandelier with mini lampshades hangs over a round ivory dining table, while four wooden chairs with red plaid upholstery offer seating for casual dining.
Give your stocking 3-D flair with house letter embellishments. Choose a specific style stocking, then decide on a coordinating font and finish. For a classic, masculine appeal, add a tarnished brass X to a plaid stocking with gold thread and a needle. Since the thread and house letter are similar in tone, the thread virtually disappears, resulting in a seamless, tailored look.
In this cheery country dining nook, a round white dining table playfully coordinates with a set of mismatched chairs—red, green and white—and their coordinating red plaid cushions. A red table runner with white dragonflies pulls the look together.
A blurred wall effect with running horses creates movement through this dark dining room. Black molding forms a bold ceiling design surrounding a chandelier over the large, circular wood dining table. The table is surrounded by chairs with alternating red and plaid upholstery matching the two sides of the curtain.
This spacious kitchen features a richly-hued breakfast nook with a neutral round table and red plaid upholstered wooden chairs. A vintage metal chandelier with mini lampshades hangs overhead. Glass front cabinets with a diamond wire mesh pattern are paired with a red accent wall and metallic crown molding.
When it comes to tree skirts, why not think outside the box? Consider a square tree skirt made from unexpected holiday materials, such as menswear fabric, rather than the round versions found in retail stores. This tree skirt, designed by Britany Simon, features a black-and-red plaid pattern and measures 4-feet-by-4-feet.
This neutral living room is decorated in a transitional style that mixes black and white furniture with plaid throw pillows to add pattern to the space. A red-brick fireplace surrounded by a white mantel adds a traditional touch, while an open doorway makes for an easy flow in between the living room and dining room.