The cousins, Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri updated this home with a modern, chic look while complimenting their desired retro design. The family room has been redesigned to incorporate a yellow pendant light and retro black and blue patterned rug.
This traditional dining room exudes luxury and elegance. A white-washed china cabinet, worn dining chairs and a pearl ridden chandelier all add classic elements, while plant life and fruit bring a small pop of color.
Practicality is a priority for this small breakfast area next to the kitchen. The custom alder table can be extended to seat up to 10 and the bench was built with space maximization in mind. The acrylic slip cover even repels liquids and is easy to wash.
The dining room has been refurnished and floors have been sanded and stained. New lights and window treatment are also a part of giving the room a long needed upgrade. French doors have also been included to let in natural light. As seen on HGTV's hit show Love It or List It Too.
Surrounded by windows, this dining room is illuminated with natural sunlight. The circular table fills the space well with plenty of floor space remaining for comfortably maneuvering through the room. A pendant light centers the room while an area rug adds a touch of color.
Matte gray walls, a clean-lined dining table and sleek dining chairs create a modern aesthetic in this dining room. Striking red artwork and blue-lighted shelves add bold bursts of color to the space, and a traditional chandelier adds an unexpected touch of elegance.
Brown patterned wallpaper creates eye-catching contrast against the wainscoting in this traditional dining room. A long dining table provides plenty of space for formal dining, while a cozy window seat provides a spot for casual relaxation.
To open up the Parkers' living space, Chip and his team from Elbow Room took down the walls separating the kitchen and dining room from the rest of the house. Then, Chip added tons of seating to the space, making it the perfect place for relaxation or entertainment.
For day-to-day use, this space is used for laid-back, casual dining. The cool pastel palette keeps the room looking young and fresh and the unexpected use of kitchen island lighting over the dining table helps keep the spot brightly lit after dark.