This gorgeous buffet is a statement piece on it’s own, but we dressed it up using one of our favorite colors, brilliant blue! Layering artwork on top of a buffet helps to establish a focal point in the room, while greenery and vases round out the edges of the design.
As if the outside view wasn't good enough, look at the view inside this blue dining room! The sturdy concrete top table strikes a balance with the delicate lines of the Orb Chandeliers. The light colors of the finishes contrast nicely with the rich blue colors on the wall. The whole room is a balancing act!
Contemporary and Earthy are an unforgettable combination. Mixing clean lines with natural woods is the best way to achieve this look. Simple artwork in muted colors help to center the buffet wall while plants round out the design in natural planters.
Cleanable and durable materials go a long way in making this dining room family friendly. Leather chairs make for easy cleanup while a dark jute rug holds up to the wear and tear of high traffic. Battery operated candles create a beautiful and effortless centerpiece that can be set to a timer to create instant ambience for family dinners. Neutral colors make this dining space feel light, bright, and welcoming for casual meals any night of the week.
This room is the perfect mix of modern and vintage vibes. The warm earth tones featured in the space are reminiscent of the past, but bring a modern and earthy feel to the space. The tapered legs give you that 60s vintage style, but the modern finishes and art bring the room stylishly up to date.
Looking sharp and tailored, this high design entryway makes a striking impression. The credenza styling is kept clean and minimal with a small grouping of mid-century modern vases and streamlined buffet lamps. A central radiating centerpiece is reflected in an understated horizontal mirror, giving the credenza your full attention.
The chairs really make a bold impact. The accessories were kept simple as to not overwhelm the space. A simple plant with some candles still has the ability to make an impact and the mirror opens up the space with the dark green walls. When your guests walk into the front door, they'll immediately be in awe of your dining room.
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