Pale green walls are the backdrop in this dining room featured on HGTV's Home by Novogratz. A set of red stadium chairs pairs with gold Chiavari chairs for an eclectic mix of seating, while hanging pennants, bold artwork and wall trim molding adorn the walls.
Painting the trim and doors of the formal dining room green is a colorful surprise that, when paired with the tropical-themed wallpaper, also has a richly lush effect. The large dining table comfortably seats 12.
Steps lead from the dining room down to the lounge-worthy living room with a colorful mix of modern and industrial furnishings. The removal of walls and relocating key spaces made the main living areas feel more connected.
Green walls and a decidedly coastal feel are reflected in the flourishing houseplant sitting on a floating shelf in the dining room of HGTV Dream Home 2013. The driftwood-inspired lamp is a nice natural touch.
Arched glass pocket doors open off the main hall into this warmly lit dining room. The walls were given a dull glaze while the ceiling is highlighted with a pale powder gloss. A collection of antique creamware plates carry out the French country theme.
Floral Patterned Wallpaper and Blue and Green Argyle Floor in Dining Room
This colorful dining room elegantly blends patterns to create a sweet, feminine space. The blue and green argyle floor that flows in from the kitchen complements the floral patterned wallpaper. The distressed, green farmhouse table and the pink cushions to accent tie the whole space together.
This design vignette in HGTV Dream Home 2013 commands attention for its thoughtful use of reclaimed materials and shiny surfaces. A floating shelf crafted by carpenter David Brown makes use of weathered, reclaimed fencing.
Asian influences in this vibrant dining room mingle with a trendy leopard-print bench and wicker chairs tucked under a pale dining table. Floral curtains, brightly colored plates, artwork and a brass light fixture accentuate the green walls, conjuring a tropical feel.
If your kitchen tends to be a gathering space, you should give guests a comfortable, out-of-the-way spot to sit. This breakfast nook is a nod to '50s and '60s style with its clean lines and geometric shapes.