Painting the trim and doors of the formal dining room green is a colorful surprise that, when paired with the tropical-themed wallpaper, also has a richly lush effect. The large dining table comfortably seats 12.
Arched Doorways in Traditional Foyer With Sea Green Walls and Hardwood Floor
Arched open doorways create stylish movement throughout the turns of this foyer design. A sea green wall color softly livens up the space. Hardwood floor is used in each room for a cohesive and polished finish.
This green and white boys' room has a dramatic feel because of the large artwork, patterned rug and green striped border surrounding the room. The bunk bed is not only stylish, but provides extra storage for toys and books.
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.
Small Traditional Bedroom With Floral Privacy Curtains
Floral-patterned curtains create a privacy screen in this cozy bedroom. Tone-on-tone green walls add an elegant touch, and a white desk with built-in shelving gives added functionality to this small space.
Traditional Architecture Highlights Open Dining Room
A palette of soft pastels graces the walls of this Brooklyn, N.Y., townhouse and draws the eye from room to room. In the dining room, bold red chairs make the fresh mint walls even fresher, and a whimsical, dressed-up chandelier highlights a stunning embossed ceiling.
A small, multifaceted crystal pendant light casts fascinating shadows on the walls and ceiling of this teal-and-gold powder room, which also features a beveled octagonal mirror and a white vintage-looking pedestal sink with gold-tone fixtures.
Against this home office's olive green walls, wood floating shelves are a warm, inviting contrast. On them, artwork is intermixed with books, sculpture and houseplants for a look that's casual and compelling.
While wooden and metal chairs are the easiest to clean, they’re not the most comfortable. An excellent alternative to wood and metal is an upholstered Louis XVI chair. Known for its fluted legs, square back and timeless style, this French piece works in modern and traditional settings. Linen and cotton upholstery options are great for spaces with active kids; however, leather and vinyl styles are the most kid-proof and easy to clean.
Make the mantel a holiday focal point of your living room by incorporating a larger accent and balancing it with smaller items of equal size. One-of-a-kind handmade stockings add a unique touch and bring a splash of color to this modern mantelscape.
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.