Banquette seating wraps around a round wood table in this colorful contemporary basement dining room. Bright blocks of color in silver frames pop a against a pale blue wall accented by a blue ceiling lamp.
Dark, Navy Blue Walls in Contemporary Dining Room With Country Table, Spherical Chandelier and Driftwood Mirror Frame
Dark navy blue walls give a beautiful depth to this dining room design. Natural light, an open feel and white molding keep the space feeling light. A coastal, driftwood framed mirror pairs beautifully with the natural wood tabletop over white table legs. A metal sphere chandelier and black chairs finish the polished look.
Blue and White Contemporary Dining Room With Yellow Chairs
Because of the orientation of this house, the dining room doesn't get a lot of light. To mask that fact, the designers elongated the paneling and then used a high contrast dark blue on the walls to accentuate the ceiling line.
Blue and Neutral Contemporary Dining Room With Blue Chairs
A stately dining room ties in with its amazing Laguna Beach surroundings via pops of rich blue and yellow. The dining chairs offer up visual interest in another way: The backs are solid, the fronts are patterned.
Contemporary Blue Dining Room With Curtain Dividers
This beautiful contemporary dining area can be open to the living room and the kitchen, or striped curtain dividers can slide closed for a private dining room. A lit black china cabinet with glass doors provides a beautiful display at the end of a black and white zigzag rug. Turquoise chairs sit at a wooden dining table, and a gold chandelier hangs from the blue ceiling above.
The simple wood table and chairs make the perfect foil for this dining room's stunning aqua wallpaper. A bubble glass chandelier is another pretty choice, adding ethereal lighting without detracting from the backdrop.
Navy Contemporary Dining Area With White Pedestal Table
Since Kristen likes to watch TV during dinner, it was important she squeeze some dining space into the living room. "I only had about four feet of width to sneak in dining furniture," she explains. "Finding a table to fit the space perfectly was impossible. By purchasing two different flea market tables — one with the perfect top and another with the perfect base — it allowed me to combine the two and create something custom." To create a uniform look, Kristin spray-painted the newly assembled pieces with a high gloss white.
A kitchen breakfast nook should be a refreshing place to start the day -- and this one doesn't disappoint! Striped cornice window treatments bring a brightness and whimsy. The circular rug makes the space feel contained and cozy. And flowers, as always, add cheer to a space.