This buttercream toned dining room features a traditional feel with added country-inspired elements, like the fish patterned upholstered dining chairs. The round wooden dining table sits atop a neutral pattered area rug, while a delicate birdcage sits nearby, offering an outdoorsy touch.
Yellow paint is sure to make a space feel lively and welcoming. This breakfast nook features a mix of styles and patterns -- such as custom, flower-flecked window treatments and jolly striped chairs -- for a look that's at once formal and casual.
An eclectic breakfast nook is decorated with colorful pillows in red, yellow, black, and white patterns. An ornate dining table and large metallic wall art provide the focal point of the room while yellow florals and accessories add to the pops of color in the throw pillows. A simple patterned tea set signals guests to relax and enjoy the space.
The bright, sunshine yellow of the remodeled Tudor kitchen is carried through to the dining room that is directly adjacent to it. To make the space more open, designer removed the wall separating the two spaces, creating a clear line of sight from one space into another. As a nod to the historic home's Tudor style, designers kept the exposed beams on the ceiling of the dining room, and brought in dark wood furniture to complete the design.
Large windows with dark wood trim continue the Old World feel into the dining room. Because the walls and floors are so much lighter, the wood adds dimension to the space and draws the eye in towards the antique table.
To create the bright space the homeowners wanted, designers needed to take advantage of the natural light that issued through the French doors and windows opposite the table, so they opted for a soft, yellow color to anchor the space and reflect the light. Then, they chose a bright green fabric for the wraparound bench seating to add even more brightness. To finish the design, bold throw pillows were added, tying the space together.
"HGTV Star" contestant Brooks Atwood used digital design and manufacturing to build and install the armature for this sculptural 3-D wall in a way that would have been impossible using traditional methods.
Vibrant yellow-and-white wallpaper sets the tone for this Alice-in-Wonderland-meets-London dining room. Fun touches include a bright yellow wingback chair, oval chandelier and slip-covered dining chairs.
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.