Pin-spiration :: dining rooms
Wednesday, November 16, 2011 by {darlene}

Our dining rooms finally get the attention they deserve this time of year.

Enjoy some Pin-spiration.

I would love to know which one is your favorite, or what you would {ditto} from these spaces for your own dining room:

 

 

 

 

 

 

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12 Comments

  • I’m so glad you give several different options. After studying each photo I realized I’m much more drawn to round tables. What does that mean? Can round tables go in rectangle rooms? I want to ditto the round tables. The last photo is my swoonie fave.

    xoxo michele

  • I love, LOVE the bold curtains with the otherwise neutral palette in the second picture. So striking and elegant. Also that checkered floor in the third to last picture is gorgeous! Good choices

  • I love love love the drama of that last one! Wow!!! it’s fun and cozy and eclectic and glamorous all at the same time. it’s amazing what the details add; such as that blue stemware. it would still be incredible without it, but it sure adds a punch.

  • My favorite is the neutral room, number 6, I’d ditto the mixed metals, mixed wood tones, and the lovely chandy and wallpaper (aka the whole room :) Quick question, how do you upload images from pinterest to your blog? I can’t figure it out!

  • These rooms are all lovely. To be honest, though, right now I’m loving my own dining room! I’d had a red dining room for 20 years (seriously), and this summer I finally took the plunge and painted it a deep peacock blue. I’m so happy with the way it turned out! You can see it for yourself if you like: http://www.impartinggrace.com/2011/08/dining-room-reveal.html. How’s that for shameless self-promotion? :)

    Hope you’re having a great week!

  • I love #3, the bold pattern makes such a statement, yet the neutral palette keeps it so soothing. I’m always drawn to a mix of styles, as in the chandelier and sconces. I would definitely do those elements in my dining room.

  • I love the second one. The contrast in colors are bold but still sophisticated and elegant. I also love the chandelier. The room isn’t busy but still interesting.

  • I’m drawn more to the last photo–the interesting mix of styles. The blue stemware is such an eye-pleaser. I could easily live there!

  • Hard to choose just one.
    I love the first one. The chandelier is amazing. I also love the wallpaper and window treatments. Gorgeous!!
    I also think that the turquoise one with the black pocket doors is fantastic. I have loved pocket doors forever.
    Last but not least is the second to last photo. It is the only one that would actually go with our house. It is more subdued. I love that it includes a chandelier too. It looks like a comfortable, easy to live in space.
    Ruth

  • I definitely like the casual feel of the one with the checkered floor and #3 feels light and welcoming. The others are a little formal for me.

  • If I were a fancy-schmancy person, I would totally love to have the last room as my very own. As it is, I don’t think a meal of bean tacos would fly in there.

    I love how the sunburst mirror creates a corona for the bust. Genius…and I think I will find a way to steal, uh, ditto, that.

  • I would love to have the first one! Love your blog it is always such fun!

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