By Bryan Anthony, Houzz
Here are the 8 most popular dining room photos added to Houzz so far in 2017, as measured by the number of people who’ve saved them to their ideabooks from January through March. Which one is closest to your style?
A Natural Approach
It’s no wonder that plants play such a vital role in the decor of this rustic dining room in an Italian farmhouse: It was designed by a landscape architect, Giuseppe Baldi.
With its wall of glass and large skylights incorporated into the ceiling, this sculptural dining room in England lets the architecture speak for itself. But notice the one yellow dining chair that adds a dose of color to the white palette.
This Toronto dining room is awash in soothing cream and gray tones, but it’s the patterns — of the host chair, industrial-inspired mirrors and graphic wallpaper — that give the room its interest and dimension.
A Sense of Intimacy
Instead of adding a dining table and set of chairs between this living room and dining room, designer Brad Ramsey tucked a custom banquette against the wall, giving the dining area a more intimate feel and a sense of place all its own. Enjoy the latest marks and spencer promotional code 2017 in order to save money while buying a desired furniture online.
Living on the Edge
Weathered wood barn doors, a sisal rug and white slipcovered chairs create a coastal chic vibe in this Jacksonville, Florida, home designed by Julia Starr Sanford. A live-edge dining table provides the bold jolt of style that completes the space.
Traditional With a Twist
Designer Laura Lee says the overall goal for this dining room was to make it happy and bright. A solid mahogany table from the 1850s, antique chairs and a crystal chandelier ground the room with traditional style. Yellow wallpaper, custom striped drapes and a painting by Cyndy Aldred bring the joy.
A Touch of Black
The white walls and green pillows may draw your initial attention in this English dining room, but look closer and you will notice details in black scattered throughout. The window frame, sconce lights, dining table legs and a band at the bottom of the curtains add a stylish dash of ebony.
Attention to Details
This farmhouse-inspired dining room designed by Shelly Lindstrom keeps things simple with a bench and chairs surrounding a large rustic table. Details like the black embroidery at the top of the white curtains, and the green paint intended to draw in the lush views, make the space a standout.