Interior. Wednesday , September 13th , 2017 - 21:27:22 PM
Here’s another lovely, thoughtfully styled dining corner, found at Home Bunch. The blue color gives it a coastal vibe, perfect for beach houses, but it’s the banquette that acts as a cherry on top with its element of coziness. In a bright kitchen, your banquette should be the thing that stands out. Decorate it with colorful pillows and create an outstanding dining corner. Picture by Consort. Love the monochrome interior? Bring it into your dining space with this black and white striped banquette that will add a significant amount of character to your entire kitchen. See how it looks at Architectural Digest. Take a look at another dining corner that easily rivals any sunroom. The rays of sunlight upon the cream banquette make this the perfect corner to start your day in. See it up close at Carrie Hatfield. The simplistic tones of the banquette paired with the dark chairs create a calming environment with just a dash of edge. Suitable for minimalist homes with uncluttered decor. Take a look at Simo Design.
As Thanksgiving approaches, make your shopping list and get ready to prepare a feast. One thing you can cross off your list. a Thanksgiving centerpiece. Today we’re featuring a festive vignette that celebrates nature’s bounty. You can also celebrate the affordable price of this centerpiece. Fresh produce and budget-friendly flowers combine to create a decadent look that’s fit for a fall display. Read on for details on how to dress up your Thanksgiving table. More is more when it comes to a bountiful centerpiece, yet this creation manages to be decadent without being overpowering. Start by determining your color palette. A table runner can help set the stage for a beautiful display. The runner below is a super-affordable purchase via Amazon.com. You can also gather decor from around the house, such as greenery and metallic bowls. Today’s featured centerpiece includes a combination of warm and cool tones. Grey meets gold in an irresistible pairing that showcases the power of mixing metallics. To keep the display from being too busy, stick with neutrals, such as silver, gold, linen and natural wood. Pops of greenery will add life, along with selections such as seeded eucalyptus.
If you have great love for magnificent antique dining rooms, you know that a rug is an irreplaceable decor element that has the power to make or break the room. The safest option is to go with a rug that fully matches the rest of the rustic furniture, but if you aren’t afraid to create a slightly daring look, pick a rug that is proudly showcasing some color. A dining room in Victorian style calls for a vivid rug that can contrast the beige chairs and transparent glass table. This rustic dining room has a look of purity and simplicity. The rug in the color of cream is a perfect choice as it sits between the two ends of a spectrum represented by white chairs and wooden table top. A dining room that plays with the tones of white and darker wood is calling for a rug that can channel the best of both – giving the white a dim contrast so it can stand out, and giving the wood a similar color to match it. A shade of beaver brown seems like a fitting choice, especially if the rug is decorated with some lovely patterns.
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