dining room

Whether you're having holiday guests or just want to upgrade your dining room, these sets come in an array of finishes and sizes.
Mice twice fell onto the dining table and scurried into a dishwashing area in April 2018 at the California Substance Abuse Treatment Facility and State Prison.
Architect Frederick Stelle united the dining room and the landscape of this Long Island beach house through floor-to-ceiling
Dining rooms tend to be formal, elegant...and not used very often. If you have a small dining room, it's especially important to integrate the design into your living space, and nothing can be too precious for everyday use.
2. Mix and match: Instead of a uniform set of chairs, mix things up with a bench on one side. The pieces don't have to be
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Then Chloe led me back to the slide, then to the bouncy house again, then to another, even taller slide. At least this one
The comforters aren't stacked straight, and it's driving Thal Tembelis crazy. He scrambles up a step ladder and adjusts the plastic packages so they are lined up in the light like soldiers at roll call.
Eleven years ago, I took a lifeless fixer as my canvas and worked diligently to infuse it with vitality. Now, looking back, I can list five makeover strategies that helped turn a house into a home tuned for enjoyment.
Creating a dedicated space for gathering for a meal is more that just finding a table and chairs. You want to create an atmosphere that feels open and inviting even when the table is empty.
Whether it's where you eat every family meal or just a room that gets used on holidays, make sure your dining room is equipped with this must-have list. (We're assuming you've got the table and chairs covered.)
It was previously painted an "eww" persimmon color, with no light fixtures, so we refreshed with 1920s-appropriate white -- Benjamin Moore's Decorator's White CC-20, to be exact -- and added an amazing, midcentury-inspired chandelier, contrasting sconces and all kinds of decor for a vintage, eclectic look that Tyler loves!
Yet, as far as building trends go, the dining room has become more of a fixture in modern day homes. According to a U.S. Census
Vintage rugs lend a faded and earthy feel to any space. This dining room, with its traditional furniture and monochromatic pallet, is instantly warmed up with this antique-looking rug. To replicate this look you can purchase an actual vintage rug or look for a pre-faded new rug.
Much like the free-flowing prints seen on runways, these voluptuous blooms make a bold statement with their vibrant, organic forms.
Whether your dining room is reserved purely for special occasions, or if your dining room is the hub for all baking, crafting and noshing, make sure you're getting the most out of your space. Let's look at six dining rooms that know how to throw a holiday party.
Industrial decor is making a comeback in a big way, and it's about time you jumped on the bandwagon!
Our dining room is officially finished, and we could not be more excited to reveal the finished product. From our magical moon-surface-inspired ceiling to our vintage marquee sign, this room has the perfect eclectic and chic vibe that Joey and I adore.
We put up our chandelier, picked out a wallpaper to put up on our ceiling, refinished a built-in cabinet and turned it into our bar, caged a plant, and got a TEMPORARY dining table.