White walls and floors, a sisal rug and a traditional wood dining table create a cottage-style look in this dining area. Natural light streams through the glass doors, giving the space a bright, cheery atmosphere.
This cottage-style breakfast nook features a Blu Dot Strut dining table in navy lacquer, white chairs from Serena and Lily Tucker, and pillows from Home Goods. The space is surrounded by neutral shiplap walls, and a white banquette provides seating next to the window.
HGTV Fixer Upper hosts Chip and Joanna Gaines transformed this casual dining space into a family coffee bar – a place for family and friends to gather for eating and entertaining. Chalkboard paint on the wall creates a cafe-like atmosphere, while the floating shelves add a hint of rustic style.
Steps lead from the dining room down to the lounge-worthy living room with a colorful mix of modern and industrial furnishings. The removal of walls and relocating key spaces made the main living areas feel more connected.
As seen on HGTV's Fixer Upper, what had formerly been a dated and confining kitchen now feels airy, open and elegant. Integrating the bench seat with the island helped save space and creates an enhanced flow between the kitchen and dining area.
The coastal breakfast nook is framed by windows topped with pink block print window treatments. Charming banquette seating is paired with a rustic table and chairs, and an airy white drum pendant is an eye-catching focal point. The finished result is an inviting, clean and colorful nook.
A new bay window that is seen from along the side of the home on the exterior adds a sense of airiness to this main floor of the home, centered around an open and airy modern living concept. The dining room now sits where part of the home’s old kitchen once stood.
A yellow tufted bench provides sunny seating around the wood dining table. Mixed throw pillows add extra color to the design featuring pops of blue pattern. Hardwood floor makes a seamless transition between the dining space and the connected kitchen.
Though the open, two-story dining room in HGTV Dream Home 2015 is breathtaking, that openness can sometimes negatively affect the room’s acoustics. Luckily, interior designer Linda Woodrum knew just how to alleviate that issue. “When you have a tremendous amount of volume, you’re looking for ways to help with acoustics,” explains Linda. “So the more fabric you get in the room, the more you help with acoustics.”
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, a once cramped living space was transformed into a bright and cheery open plan dining, living and kitchen area. Sarah chose antique-style wicker chairs, a traditional hanging chandelier and charming bird wall prints to satisfy her clients' love of vintage cottage decor. A gorgeous built-in sideboard adds extra storage and is a chic way to display vintage finds.
This living and dining area provides a playful air of visual stimulation; lively punches of tangerine and kelly green merged with varying shades of cobalt and indigo blues. A heavy dose of woven sea grass added to the distinctive maritime air while an assortment of sea shells, blue-and-white pottery and a colorful collection of art came together to create a place of delight in this low-key beach cottage.
Full-skirted Parson chairs bring a touch of elegance to this cottage-inspired dining room. A lantern light fixture hangs above the rustic wood dining table, while weathered hardwood floors ground the space. White tongue-and-groove ceilings make the entire space bright and airy.