Warm Up the House With These Colorful Dining Rooms
Some folks like it simple, however some people, just like me, like it different, unique, colorful. Modern Dining Tables is going to present to you some colorful ideas on how to create unique and stunning dining rooms.
It’s eternal spring in a Long Island dining area where walls feature Benjamin Moore’s zesty Grenada Green and curtains pop in Quadrille’s Forbidden City fabric. It is hard to use this much of green and still have cozy and not too stuffed room design, but the trick is to play with different colors and materials, like wooden dining chairs with blue seats.
Beyond a 10-foot archway, walls in Benjamin Moore’s Bainbridge Blue provide a striking backdrop for Michael Maher’s New Jersey dining room. There’s no shortage of contrast thanks to a living room painted Charlotte’s Locks by Farrow & Ball. This two colors create a contrast and a division on the rooms making two different styles with different purposes.
With Benjamin Moore’s Muslin on the millwork of a Minneapolis home, Janet Gridley added the brand’s Marlboro Blue inside a cabinet for a burst of color. With classic traits, a neutral color palette with colorful finishes you may get the perfect dining room.
Jill Sharp Weeks painted the entire interior of her Charleston rental a single hue: Sherwin-Williams’s Pussy Willow. This gray shade is often used to unify the room, improving the dining design to the fullest.
This paprika shade bring life and passion to this dining area design. It brings all the elements together and exhales a very futuristic and eclectic vibe.
Bright yellow walls — Benjamin Moore’s Inner Glow — and an even brighter citron table from HB Home brought the kitchen of a North Carolina house to life. Exclusive designer Lindsey Coral Harper turned wire side tables from ABC Carpet & Home into stools.
This Malibu house’s original owner, the actor Charles Bronson, used the dining room as his office. Designers Todd Nickey and Amy Kehoe painted the room Lambert’s Blue by Pratt & Lambert, closely matching the peacock hue Bronson used. Glossy white trim breaks up the expanse of blue, keeping it from overwhelming; the white also plays up the robust architectural details of the room, adding dimension to the space.
Designer Ann Pyne of McMillen Inc. chose a yellow palette for this Southampton, New York house’s dining area. It is called the canary shade and it is part of the summer trends 2018, it is classic and modern all at the same time.
In this Florida house the dining room walls are painted mustard yellow. Chairs are covered in Peruvian wedding blankets and the shell chandeliers were custom made for the room. it is rustic and coastal at the same time, not the type of coastal that is the typical white and blue, it is a unique style.
A Wisconsin summer home embraced Benjamin Moore’s Buckingham Gardens throughout. The same shade graces a latticed wall in the dining room and stripes a cover-worthy porch floor.