Setting the table with vintage dishes and glassware makes even an everyday meal feel like a special occasion. However, unless you inherited them, buying a complete set can be pricey. Fear not, mismatched tableware is super budget-friendly — scour local flea markets, thrift shops and estate sales to pick up orphaned glasses and plates in rainbow shades to create your own colorful collection.
A built-in table extends from the wood paneling for a simple and stylish corner display. A potted plant adds natural color and works with the framed quote to decorate the space. A stacked rock fireplace surround creates a texture contrast to the smooth surroundings.
Vanessa DeLeon designed this relatively dark dining room to receive some natural light from the large living room windows, filtered through a thin gold curtain. Other notable features include a rock table and bench combination.
Rock walls create a tiered design in the yard above this rock-floor back patio. Plants and landscape lighting decorate the tiered sections. A modern table with matching chairs creates a dining area in the center.
A cozy gray rocking chair with white piping is paired with a shaggy fur ottoman and contemporary side table to create a relaxing spot for rocking and reading to baby. A striped area rug adds softness underfoot, while classic Roman shades dress the windows.