This light-filled formal dining room looks into the conveniently located wine bar with a wine cooler and wine racks. A diamond-patterned accent wall adds some glam and sheen to this space. An imposing chandelier hangs from the recessed ceiling.
Contemporary Open Plan Dining Room With Accent Walls
Two bold-colored accent walls create drama in this open dining and living room. Designer Candice Olson, host of HGTV's Divine Design, demonstrates how to tastefully use color in this space with bright blues and a jewel-tone magenta through accent walls, furniture upholstery and artwork.
A blue accent wall in this dining room provides a sharp contrast to the white walls and exposed wood ceiling beams. A square dining room table is flanked by eight chairs, while five glass pendants hang above.
To give this dining room a little freshening up, designers added built-in bookshelves for storage and display as well as new, colorful dining chairs. More color comes from an accent wall with pretty blue wallpaper.
The bright orange, textured accent wall provides contrast against the exposed brick in this eclectic dining room. The wooden dining table and unique art give the space an earthy feel, toning down the vibrancy of the wall's orange hue.
Contemporary Dining Room With Illuminated Accent Wall
A mix of light and dark wood tones highlights the linear designs of this contemporary, open-plan dining room. Floating shelves pop against an illuminated accent wall, adding to the modern feel of the space.
This vibrant eclectic dining room features a bold red accent wall, multicolored chandelier and blue bench for sitting at the modern dining table. Just to the left, built-in shelving and drawers provide a classy dry bar.
The creative use of wall treatments and art installations in this modern dining room turns the area into a striking gallery. Everywhere you look — the silver accent wall, the light bulb pendant lights — there's something compelling to contemplate.
Contemporary Brick Dining Room With Orange Accent Wall
HGTV Design Star judge Genevieve Gorder says, "In order to make the brick wall the focal point, it's necessary to pull back on the opposing walls. They should've brought in light, creamy, smooth textures to give the space a greater sense of grandeur while highlighting the earthy color and rougher texture of the bricks."
Cream tones and rustic details were selected for this home near the ocean for a coastal look. Designers Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri also added panels of faux boxwood leaves to create an earthy feature wall.