Brilliant yellow walls pair with hardwood floors and exposed beam ceiling for a tropical-inspired dining room. Woven dining chairs surround the rustic wood table, while an intricate buffet table brings a touch of Asian flair to the space.
To let the whimsical tropical-themed mural shine in this dining room, the dining table and chairs were kept simple. Overhead, pendants with orange interiors bring the mural's colors out into the space.
The owners' love of the sea and all things natural are showcased in vibrant style in this Floridian dining room. Handmade cane seat chairs and a matching Asian-inspired table provide a fashionable seating arrangement for guests. A shell embellished mirror adds drama and depth to the space.
Euro-pleated zebra-patterned draperies add a playful and unexpected element to this formal dining room. Bamboo-inspired Chippendale chairs with blue seat cushions provide stylish seating around the reclaimed wood dining table. A polished nickel chandelier with sharp, sleek lines illuminates the all-white table setting and hydrangea centerpieces for a beautiful entertaining space.
Wood beams, tile floors and a rock accent wall ensure that the dining room looks cohesive with the rest of the house. Meanwhile, the table sits before a wall of windows so that the owners and their guests can enjoy dinner and drinks with views of the ocean.
In the dining room, an earthy, organic feel is achieved with a beautiful wooden dining table and woven chairs. The neutral palette allows room for the bold centerpiece with its bright green leaves and pink flowers.
Designer Anna Williams chose a timber dining table with slats for her outdoor patio redo, as it fit the tropical design scheme and its sturdiness and length would accommodate a large gathering of family members or guests. The dark metal dining chairs are an unexpected choice, yet incorporate well with the table and privacy screens for a cohesive look.
Another casual dining spot includes a bar area that borders one wall and a ceiling fan to keep the breeze blowing when temperatures climb. Saltillo tile floors and the thatched roof maintain a sense of continuity throughout the rooms of the home.