Yellow Transitional Dining Room With Wicker Chairs
Mustard yellow walls bring a cheerful pop of color to this neutral dining room. Wicker dining chairs bring a natural element to the space that contrasts with the traditional chandelier but complements the live plants.
Impress your Guests with Great Food and Better Design
Everything is bolder in Texas! When conceptualizing this dining room, designer Michelle Rohrer-Lauer mixed elements of classic design with bold patterns and colors that will catch the eye of any dinner guest.
Outdoor Dining Room: Balinese-Inspired Villa in Tortola, British Virgin Islands
A stunning outdoor dining area makes it easy for homeowners and several guests to dine alfresco. A gorgeous, hand-carved table draws on the island feel of the decor seen throughout the home, while the soft yellow wall color enhances the natural light that is abundant throughout the space.
Modern Chairs and Rustic Table Create a Perfect Mid-Century Ranch Combination
To create this unique space, designers combined a Mid-Century Modern style with aspects of the ranch style home. Modern chairs add plenty of comfortable seating, and sport muted colors to complement the rustic, live edge, large grain wood table that gets a touch of glamor from its gold legs, creating a rough, yet elegant feel in the space.
Vibrant yellow-and-white wallpaper sets the tone for this Alice-in-Wonderland-meets-London dining room. Fun touches include a bright yellow wingback chair, oval chandelier and slip-covered dining chairs.
Traditional Gold Dining Room With Zebra-Patterned Rug
Gold grasscloth walls and a painted ceiling lend a warm feel, while a zebra patterned rug provides an interesting twist in this traditional dining room. A beautiful chandelier hangs above a simple wooden dining table, creating an elegant yet intimate space for dining and conversation.
The flowing custom wooden bench separates the formal dining area from a casual dining spot, designed with small, round wooden stools and a glass tripod table. Mismatched pillows with natural colors and birds add both comfort and color to this rustic dining oasis.
The bright, sunshine yellow of the remodeled Tudor kitchen is carried through to the dining room that is directly adjacent to it. To make the space more open, designer removed the wall separating the two spaces, creating a clear line of sight from one space into another. As a nod to the historic home's Tudor style, designers kept the exposed beams on the ceiling of the dining room, and brought in dark wood furniture to complete the design.
A floral-printed host chair sits at the head of this traditional dining room's table complementing the floral lamps and a circular chandelier above. The milky gray backsplash of the small bar area draws the eye into this room.