A classic wooden dough bowl is just begging to be filled and put on display. If you struggle with centerpieces, using a stunning dough bowl will make things easy. Simply fill it with seasonal pumpkins, squash, pinecones, berries, branches, fruit and flowers.
Bluestone patio, a cedar roof structure, and all natural veneer and wall stone create an elegant, contemporary outdoor living and dining space with a rustic charm. A long light fixture compliments the long wooden dining table. Wood chairs with neutral seat cushions line the table and a trio of lanterns create a simple centerpiece decor.
A painted wood base complimenting the black wood dining chairs supports glass vases with colorful floral arrangements for an inviting and fresh centerpiece. Layered place settings and burlap place mats create the perfect country vibe.
This living room coffee table features a natural wood look and varying colors tones for a beautiful finish. A red apple centerpiece display pops in the room full of neutrals. A stone fireplace surround brings a textural accent to the pastel blue walls and creates a light backdrop for the wood tones and brown leather armchair.
Blue and white slip covers are fitted over the dining chairs circling the wood table in this pretty and pastel dining room. White hydrangeas centered on the table match the feminine and soft look of the design. Patterned armchairs sit next to a distressed wood cabinet against the wall. Blue lamp bases and curtains transfer the blue accent color through the room.
The Masserall's new brealfast nook was completely transformed on HGTV's Fixer Upper with bench seating, shiplap walls and a large wooden table. A metal basket containing glass mason jars and flowers creates the perfect table centerpiece for the country style design. Wood plate holders and textured throw pillows add the finishing touches.
In this contemporary kitchen, a unique glass-bulb chandelier hangs from the ceiling over a dining table made from an unfinished piece of wood. Neutral leather chairs surround the table, and a wood scrap centerpiece continues the nature-inspired look. The long kitchen island features patterned wood panels under a large wood range hood.
To make this kitchen seem lighter and brighter, Chip and Joanna, of HGTV's Fixer Upper, made good use of the bay windows. By removing curtains and allowing plenty of natural light into the space, the neutral white color palette reflects the light, creating a bright, open, inviting kitchen with plenty of prep space and seating.
As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper, the previously drab and closed in, this kitchen has been completely renovated and revived into a stylish, functional space. To open up the kitchen, Chip removed a large beam and fireplace, opening the kitchen into the living room, then Joanna swathed the kitchen in white, creating a bright, classic design. To provide functionality, a custom island was installed, giving the family more prep space and seating, and the addition of new appliances and a subway tile backsplash gives the space a little extra pizzaz.
As seen on HGTV's hit show, Fixer Upper, the formal dining room in this home was moved to the sunporch to create a unique space for entertaining. With plenty of natural light, the space feels bright and open, while the brick fireplace makes the space feel a part of the home. A new, rustic dining room table brings this space to life, as the new chandelier helps to light the space and add a touch of elegance.