This traditional dining room features a silver-themed table setting, a dining table in rich wood tones and casual wicker seating. The formal chandelier adds a touch of elegance to the space, while the red-patterned wallpaper, wood hutch and area rug bring warmth to the room.
Dinner parties feel glamorous in this cream and red formal dining room. Green tufted dining chairs provide ample seating, while the coral chandelier and coffered ceilings add drama to the elegant space.
This contemporary dining room features a bold accent wall and dramatic glass chandelier. The ceiling is curved to match the archways on either side of the room, while a marble floor design adds an artistic touch. Brown leather dining chairs with neutral patterned upholstery are positioned around the table.
A local artist was commissioned to create a dramatic floral entry to the dining room. An arched doorway leads the way to the dining room, which shows off the room's floral upholstered chairs, red curtains and neutral tile floors.
To showcase the collection of teacups the family has accumulated, the back of the bench has been fashioned as a cabinet. These cabinets close securely in keep the family's two pets from accidentally decommissioning any of the pieces.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, Sarah nestled a cozy breakfast nook into a corner of this home's contemporary kitchen. Situated next to a bright bay window, the nook features banquette seating, a marble table top and plush pillows in complementary pops of red and white.
A bold shade of red, this traditional dining room boasts a tray ceiling that draws the eye upward. Neutral chairs surround a dark wood dining table to keep the space from appearing to loud and busy. A large piece of artwork centers the room, complementing the deep red walls and adding another dose of color.
This dining room has Old World charm with a long formally set dining table and chairs on an Oriental rug. To continue the style, the room features stacked stone columns, rod iron accents and earthy red walls.
The first-floor garrison room currently serves as an elegant dining room with its own fireplace and original, never-painted paneling and hard-pine flooring. Originally built in 1665 in Billerica, Mass., this Pilgrim-era saltbox garrison home is believed to be one of the oldest homes in the country. It was dismantled and reconstructed board-by-board in Gilmanton, N.H.
A red wall fills this space with color. A gold screen divides the open concept living room and dining room. A modern chandelier with pillar candles illuminates the dining space's interesting table. The table's glass top showcases a layer of rock under the tabletop surface.
A brownstone dining table and unexpected candle chandelier anchor this dining space's sleek design. The gray floor-to-ceiling fireplace surround features lighted contemporary art while surrounding red walls provide lots of color in the room.