Transom windows and tiered coco bead chandeliers draw attention to the tall ceilings, visually adding height to this dining room. Blue tie dye curtains inject some playfulness into this formal dining area. Tall wingback chairs command attention instead of being dwarfed by the lofty ceiling.
A large asian cabinet breaks up the white space of the wall and adds height and color to this stylish dining room design. The dark dining tabletop matches the neutral and black stone floor. White dining chairs pop against the dark details and tie in the white walls. Larger end chairs with tall backs give dimension to the table. A glass bulb chandelier finishes the fashionable design.
For a homeowner who highly values feng shui, the direct path from the front door to a set of double doors behind the dining table was a big problem. So designers helped to block the energy flow by placing a tall chair at the table's head. Chandelier: Bethel International; silver urn: Wayfair.
With black trim around the windows and a chic faux-fur chair, this corner of the room feels stylish yet comfortable. A houseplant offers some shade from the morning light, allowing for easy reading, and accentuates the room's tall ceilings.
Neutral tones create a calm and stylish vibe in this living room. Gray bucket chairs are placed on both sides of the room for a mirror effect in the design. A brown leather sofa is topped with neutral gold and silver tinted throw pillows. A tall display shelf houses knick knacks bringing personality to the room.
Metal letters spelling the word "home" welcome the family to their dining room with rich, chocolate brown leather dining chairs and wood table. An open section of the wall between the dining room and the kitchen creates a more open feel, connected by a breakfast bar. The walls are painted light grayish-blue, and a curled chandelier illuminates the dining table, set beautifully with flowers and candles.
A charcoal gray pattern wallpaper creates depth in this dining room design and allows the decorative white plates to pop. A long light fixture with crystal fringe runs parallel to the wood dining table. A high-back neutral chair at the head of the table faces the curtain-covered sliding glass door.
When you have a TV above a mantel, your decor space is limited. But you can warm up the spot with greenery. Use preserved boxwood globes, which are sold by many retailers for $50-$75, for a lush look that's long-lasting. The size of the boxwood topiaries also provide a contrast with the tall mantel, says Michelle Mentzer, owner of Miles Design Group in metro Atlanta.
This beautiful dining room features a circular glass dining table surrounded by contemporary wicker chairs with brown leather seat cushions. Layered table settings and a floral centerpiece work perfectly with the stylish design. A chic light fixture hangs down, adding warm lighting to the space.
The architect created a tall, grand space for the living room. To make the tall space feel cozy, all ceiling planes were covered with barn board and reclaimed beams. What really makes this space amazing is the massive fireplace, anchoring the room. With all those natural tones, the client didn't want the space to be all neutral, so a colorful rug became the starting point to build the palette, bringing in green chairs for fun.