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.
The length of this living room is accentuated by an area rug that draws the eye across the room to a white marble fireplace. Coral curtains are hung just below the crown molding and fall all the way down to the floor to heighten the feel of the ceiling.
This living room allows the best of both worlds: let in all the natural light you want or retreat to a private slumber. The folding shutter doors makes this possible and adds charm to the room while the cozy seating allows for plenty of room for guests. The rich green couch highlights the distemper inspired green walls while the pink in the throw pillows highlights the rug.
A pair of weathered green garden urns act as coffee tables, adding a touch of character balanced by a traditional sofa. The large window has a striped valance that evokes a Moroccan feel along with other accessories.
A sage green color scheme and traditional furniture give an old-world style to this formal dining room. Cotton velvet draperies in a saturated burgundy tone connect with the tiny berries in the woodland wall upholstery. A traditional crystal tasseled chandelier hangs over the table, and the dining chairs feature green velvet upholstery.
Wainscoting and a coffered ceiling bring classic architectural detail to the yellow-green walls of this formal dining room. The traditional oval table is surrounded by comfortable navy chairs, while the space is grounded by a timeless rug.
Green Dining Room Uses Extra Space for a Butler's Pantry
A mini butler's pantry adjacent to this dining room provides just enough space for meal staging and overflow flotsam. It also takes advantage of an odd cranny that might have gone to waste with built-in cabinetry and counter space.