Photo By: Fine Focus Photography; Interior Design: Laura Britt Design
Photo By: Georgette Westerman
Photo By: Michael Khait
Photo By: Stacey Brandford Photography
Photo By: Valerie Marinello Photography
Photo By: Craig Denis
Photo By: Marie Burgos
Photo By: Seek Interior Design
Photo By: Houlihan Lawrence, a member of Luxury Portfolio International
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Eclectic Flea Market Style
There’s just something about wandering a flea market on the hunt for something truly fantastic that gets the blood pumping. If you want to create an eclectic space that’s unique AND affordable, shopping flea markets is definitely the way to go.
Transitional Dining Room With Stylish Gray and White Upholstered Chairs
Natural light illuminates this transitional dining room with a light wood table and gray and white upholstered chaos that boast a fun pattern. A chandelier with mini lamp shades hangs above, while clean, white walls provide a sharp contrast to a pair black metal of display cabinets.
White Breakfast Nook With White Table, Colorful Throw Pillows
Before, the dining nook in this cottage was dim and dingy, with dated finishes that failed to take advantage of the room's natural light. Now, a built-in window seat serves as a banquette for a charming breakfast space. The all-white backdrop reflects light and makes colorful pillows and accessories pop.
Wood beams draw the eye to the vivid blue door in this white transitional living room. The room's laid-back design features a country-style dining table and chairs, industrial light fixture and rustic hardwood flooring.
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.
Transitional Dining and Living Room with Coffered Ceilings and Rich Accents
This cozy dining area is physically separated from the living room but is still visually open. The round dining table lends a casual vibe to the traditional furnishings while the white coffered ceiling, built-in cabinetry and fireplace mantel add tons of architectural interest.
Small Transitional Dining Space Big on Storage and Style
Smart planning and efficient use of built-ins turn this oversized hallway into an efficient small dining room. Custom storage houses both an upholstered banquette and a nifty hidden bar. Round mirrors, wood and rattan chairs, and a shaded pendant bring the blue and white space chic transitional style and a bistro-like atmosphere.
High-gloss white wood floors are a great alternative to tile or stained wood. When installed correctly, maintenance and clean-up is a snap, and it’s hard to beat the clean and fresh look that this finish provides.
The dining room boasts a combination of interesting textures and unique pieces to create an inviting space. A neutral woven rug grounds the room, which features framed jute bags, a distressed mango wood and iron dining table and solid oak chairs paired with taupe wingback chairs. Iron columns and beautiful oak flooring complete the design.
Pink walls bring a girlish feel to this transitional dining room. The large, white pendant light above the dining table echoes the handsome wall sconces while the clean lines of the neutral seating keeps this space feeling fresh and simple.
Casual Dining Area: Pristine Georgian Colonial in Greenwich, Conn.
Not only does the home feature a formal dining room, but it also boasts a casual dining area just outside the kitchen. A sleek white table and clean-lined leather chairs create a contemporary aesthetic.
A few flea market finds, a simple dining table painted glossy black and vintage chandelier transform one corner of the attic into a lovely little spot perfect for small, intimate dinners with good friends. No need for an overblown vase of fresh flowers when a few evergreen sprigs will do!