Chic Transitional Living Space From Sarah Sees Potential
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, Sarah plays with various shades of blue and turquoise to give a young couple a chic and colorful open plan living and dining area. A dividing wall was removed and a custom plate rail installed for seamless flow between the two rooms.
Transitional Dining Room With Blue Painted Ceiling
This sophisticated, transitional dining room features a painted ceiling. A shade of navy blue 60 percent lighter than the wall color was used on the ceiling, which covers the room in rich color without drastically darkening it.
Formal Dining Room Fit For Royalty With Gold-Trimmed Ceiling
This formal dining room would look right at home in a palace, what with its gold-trimmed ceiling and bright blue wallpaper. A crystal chandelier only accentuates the royal aesthetic and casts a brilliant glow over the glossy wooden dining table, checkered area rug and original floors.
This breakfast area is a cheerful mix of patterns: Bernhardt dining chairs with a graphic back and nailhead trim surround a round Coddington-designed walnut table. A silver leaf iron pendant, roman shades and a Moroccan-print accent rug complete the space. The artwork in the adjoining living room is by Monika Steiner.
Neutral Open Plan Living and Dining Room From Sarah Sees Potential
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, this once dark and dated living room is now a bright, open space that pops with bright turquoise and blue accents. A dividing wall that once separated the living and dining rooms was removed to create a seamless, open room perfect for entertaining. Sarah also added a custom-made plate rail around the room's perimeter and plenty of extra seating for guests.
Custom Made Serving Table in Blue Gray Dining Room
This dining room mantel is painted in off white and highlighted by the blue gray walls that change color with the light and time of day. A custom made serving table displays a handful of white flowers.
This dining room is a vision in blue, with crisp white trim and a marble table bringing out the best of the wall treatment. Because this space is visible from the kitchen, the designers matched the dining chairs to the barstools to make the two rooms look as cohesive as possible.
Light blue walls in this transitional kitchen nook feel fresh while the gray pendant and seating add a midcentury touch to this inviting space. Brightly colored artwork adds a pop of color and keeps the space feeling young and alive.
Blue Transitional Dining Room With Farmhouse Buffet
If your dining room is lacking in space or natural light, mirrors may be just what you need. Placing a mirror opposite the main light source will reflect light throughout the room and double the view to the outdoors.
White Paint in Dining Room Highlights Historic Millwork
One of the most effective ways to highlight custom or historic millwork, such as trim or ceiling beams, is with contrasting white paint. To accentuate the original millwork in this 1920s bungalow, its walls feature muted shades of blue while its trim is a bright shade of ultra white.