Exquisite Dining rooms!

In this week’s blog I have decided to show to you some exquisitely beautiful and one of a kind dining rooms that will be sure to catch your attention! In every one of these spaces, the designers have displayed their true sense of creativity and design as they have produced these marvelous one of a kind looks through the mixing of styles, elements, textures and colors. I hope you enjoy! I love the combination of the bold colors chosen on the upholstery, fabric and wallpaper in contrast with the finely detailed elements. The mantel of the fireplace is beautifully crafted, and the antique chairs are to die for! The Chinoiserie scenes by 18th-century French artist Jean-Baptiste Pillement, inspired the decorative painter. Bob Christian’s murals that have been painted on the walls. This artist also painted the Georgian-style chairs as well as the marbleized mantel. French Decor with an exotic mix of a tropical color pallet, can perfectly describe this elegantly refreshing and antique space. This dining room featured in House Beautiful, is just to die for. I love the simplicity of the stark white in contrast with the robin’s egg blue. In addition, I adore how the lighting fixture above the table is reminiscent of a birds nest resting above, offering an incredibly tranquil and relaxing feel. Here is another amazing and refreshingly inspiring dining room designed by Krista Ewart. I love the eclectic mix of purposefully and carefully selected elements that are all combined to create the perfect harmony of an updated and wonderfully balanced traditional space. The bright pops of color and funky upholstery offer the perfect amount of zing. Who knew that baby blue and light pink could be used in such a sophisticated manner? Featured in Cottages and Gardens,  this dining room offers yet another exquisite mix of traditional and antique pieces, updated with bright and strikingly poppy colors and textures. The Chinoiserie pagoda chandelier that is centered above the rich wood dining table, creates the perfect juxtaposition. I especially adore the selection of dining chairs; the antique Swedish chairs upholstered in the snake-skin leather is to die for, especially alongside the strictly modern acrylic chairs. This dining room brings a magical and whimsical approach to a sophisticated and traditional dining setting. Finally, is this space done by Nate Berkus. The mix of the abstract art with the classic and old-world antique furnishings, has created...
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