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Photo By: Kristie Barnett
Tropical Breakfast Nook
In one corner of a kitchen with sage green walls, a dining nook has been assembled, using a wood dining room table, padded corner bench and a wicker chair for additional seating. A wicker basket filled with an ornamental grass and floral centerpiece complement the style and artwork.
Green Traditional Dining Room With Floral Wallpaper
The floral wallpaper in this formal dining room is gorgeous, a design from Gracie Studio that was inspired by the homeowners' wedding china. But were it to cover the entire wall, it might be overwhelming, so designers kept it to the room's upper half and used crisp, white wainscoting on the bottom.
There's something about a gold fireplace that feels utterly glamorous. To really complement the feature, the designers outfitted this cozy breakfast nook with a metallic mirror, fresh flowers and a round table that seats six, at least.
An elegant dining room table forms the centerpiece of this lively green dining room. Bright, patterned draperies on iron medallions contrasted with an enameled walnut credenza and gilded buffet lamps celebrate a creative style.
Greens and blues create calm with just the right hint of energy in this dining nook. The painting pulls all the varied shades together. Textural accents (love that pom pom pillow!) make the scene even more visually compelling.
Dining Room Features Accents of Emerald Green and Aqua
This emerald green dining room uses Victorian influences to tie together the room, which features a bold combination of green velvet chairs and patterned benches around a wooden table and aqua colored chandelier.
Dining Room: Northwest Contemporary Waterfront in Bellevue, Wash.
Adjacent to the kitchen, the dining room features the same color palette with sage green walls and light wood cabinets and flooring. Built-in cabinets on one side of the room allow for ample storage space for glassware and dishware.
For the dining room challenge on HGTV Design Star season 5, Emily Henderson and Michael Moeller design a space completely out of repurposed furnishings. They paint the ceiling a bright green to create an "intentional explosion" of color, and for her project, Emily attaches plastic flowers to a chandelier and paints the entire piece a crisp white.
White Dining Room With Green Diamond-Patterned Accent Wall
"HGTV Star" contestant Boris Eckey expanded a small, cramped dining room by merging it with a run-down addition on the back of the house. A major overhaul on HGTV's "Room Crashers" joined the two spaces together to create one large dining space that can be used for entertaining up to 10 people. A diamond-patterned focal wall behind the dining area adds visual interest to the space.