Transitional Dining Room Design

Transitional Dining Room
 

Transitional Dining Room
 

Transitional Dining Room
 

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The floor is a beautiful cross cut limestone in a soft grey/taupe. The 12” x 24” tile is laid in a modified herringbone pattern with minimal grout lines. This pattern gives just the right amount of movement to ground the space and be very forgiving for the most active area of the home. It blended beautifully with the newly refinished floors in the adjacent rooms.
 

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Throughout this home, walls and ceilings are painted the same color (Steam, AF-15 from Benjamin Moore) as the wood trim. This is the perfect “white” because it contains just enough pigment to make it fresh while avoiding creams and harsher white colors. This color choice blends seamlessly with warm or cool tones. The color palette boasts a warm grey and a taupe, establishing a great foundation to build upon. The wood trim is the same color as the block paneling in the adjoining family room, making the entire area cohesive.
 

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A great open stainless steel orb gives the space impact without being overwhelming. The large scale of this light fixture created drama with just the right amount of bling.
 

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Beautiful glass front cabinets designed for a lighter look and allows the homeowners crystal to be showcased.