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Dress Up a Summer Table

Designer Tobi Fairley created a light and airy table setting inspired by a classic Southern icon—seersucker. See more of Tobi's Table Setting Ideas

Burnt orange dining room.

The Yellow Cape Cod: Before and After~A Dining Room Design Plan Comes To Life - Love the burnt orange! Dining room color I love!

150 Marvelous Contemporary Stairs Ideas

Contemporary Stairs Design 4

Butterum - I like the mix of gray (drapes) in the room to soften the darker Butterrum

6 Shades Pantone Predicts Will Be Super Popular This Fall

Butterum This warm shade is everything you love most about fall: It's warm and reminds us of drinking, you guessed it, butterum by the fire. Designer Amanda Nisbet used a similar shade in her New York dining room and it's the definition of inviting.

late 19th century Brooklyn rowhouse dining room  (photo by Francis Dzikowski)

A little bit of modern within a late century Brooklyn rowhouse. Via CWB Architects, photos by Francis Dzikowski

The dining room had details only found in old homes, including built-in corner china cabinets and a mismatched ceiling height.

How to Bring City Vibes to a Country Home

Shop domino for the top brands in home decor and be inspired by celebrity homes and famous interior designers. domino is your guide to living with style.

Tour this modern farmhouse, which speaks San Francisco style to a tee. Designed by Jennifer Tidwell from Postcard Properties and Heidi Richardson of Richardson Architects.

Inside a Stylishly Simple Modern Farmhouse

This modern farmhouse kitchen speaks San Francisco style, designed by Jennifer Tidwell from Postcard Properties and Heidi Richardson of Richardson Architects.

pumpkin colored paints sherwin williams | Sherwin-Williams Paint Colors

While grays are uber-popular now, as a Paint Color Consultant I typically steer clients clear of gray for dining rooms. Here's the reason: dining rooms are typically full of wood furnishings.