Transitional Dining Room

 

I have worked with these homeowners for years and truly love their Transitional style. For their Dining Room, we had great furniture pieces with which to work. I love the inlay on the tabletop and the design on the chair backs. Instead of one large china hutch, they selected two tall cabinets placed side by side along the back wall – I adore this look. At this point, they needed to finish the room off, and this is where we came in. We added wainscoting below the existing chair rail. All of the white in the room allowed us to do a strong wall color above the chair rail. We selected Sherwin Williams’ Armadillo (SW6190) which was recently featured as one of our Colors of The Month. This color tone is represented in other fabrics and accessories throughout the home which is important for flow and the fact that all the rooms are open to one another. We selected a fabric with a modern design for the drapery panels and added abstract artwork to the walls. This updated take on a lantern is the perfect chandelier for the space. We finished the table off with a long metallic boat tray filled with interesting succulents.

This stunning Dining Room truly represents these homeowners’ Transitional style and proves that it does not have to be cool or modern. This is a warm and inviting space filled with interesting touches. Enjoy other Dining Rooms that we have designed here and here.

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