Dining Room Design Ideas with Yellow Walls
Tom Stringer Design Partners
Photography by: Werner Straube
Sheila Mayden Interiors
Breakfast nook with garden views. Custom, corner banquette.
Tobi Fairley Interior Design
Photography - Nancy Nolan Wallpaper is F. Schumacher
The dark walnut countertop contrasts with the light fir cabinet in this dining room built-in.
Contemporary cottage dining room with custom built-in cabinets, window seat, reclaimed wood dining table. Red, yellow accents.
Rande Leaman Interior Design
Adjacent to the kitchen, this cozy breakfast room pairs a classic mid-century dining table with Serena & Lily Tucker chairs in coral. A fun, graphic black and white rug provides additional interest. Erika Bierman Photography
Haus Interior Design
This 1850s farmhouse in the country outside NY underwent a dramatic makeover! Dark wood molding was painted white, shiplap added to the walls, wheat-colored grasscloth installed, and carpets torn out to make way for natural stone and heart pine flooring. We based the palette on quintessential American colors: red, white, and navy. Rooms that had been dark were filled with light and became the backdrop for cozy fabrics, wool rugs, and a collection of art and curios. Photography: Stacy Zarin Goldberg See this project featured in Home & Design Magazine here: http://www.homeanddesign.com/2016/12/21/farmhouse-fresh
Alan Mascord Design Associates Inc
Photos by Bob Greenspan
Talon's Crest was our entry in the 2008 Park City Area Showcase of Homes. We won BEST OVERALL and BEST ARCHITECTURE.
Four Brothers Design + Build
Design by Christopher Patrick
Laura Zender Design, Allied ASID
Jessica Dauray Interiors/Elements Of Style
Kitchen eating area - The Green and black flowed into the kitchen. This kitchen's soft yet bold colors, chalkboard wall, green banquette and red high back wing chairs create a joyous environment for Sunday morning breakfast or after school snacks. The clients daughters paper cut designs are the artwork on the walls the optic glass lanterns cast decorative patterns yet unobtrusive in the evening. This contemporary design flows seamlessly into the adjoining dining room.
Kimball Starr Interior Design
Small space living solutions are used throughout this contemporary 596 square foot tiny house. Adjustable height table in the entry area serves as both a coffee table for socializing and as a dining table for eating. Curved banquette is upholstered in outdoor fabric for durability and maximizes space with hidden storage underneath the seat. Kitchen island has a retractable countertop for additional seating while the living area conceals a work desk and media center behind sliding shoji screens. Calming tones of sand and deep ocean blue fill the tiny bedroom downstairs. Glowing bedside sconces utilize wall-mounting and swing arms to conserve bedside space and maximize flexibility.
GEORGE Interior Design
Photos by Manolo Langis