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Reds are a Blue and Green Dining Room

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I just love how the reds are popping in this blue and green dining room. The chandelier and the lamps are so gorgeous I really would welcome them in my own home. And reds really look good with white, I think we all learned that already when we were in grade school learning about the flags of different countries. The wenge finished dining table is also a presence, it is simple yet sturdy looking, I actually like that in dining tables. The dining chairs are so lovely having two different upholstery pattern for front and back that matches the color of the walls and curtain. Oh I still can't get enough of the reds in this dining room.

Image: Freshome


very married said...

i love surprising color combinations.

Danielle Oakey Interiors said...

i typically stray from red in my interior (who knows why?) but i love it here...i might have to re-think red!

K&B by the Sea said...

As a Canadian, I have to agree that red & white look fab together :-)

Really pretty dining room - the red really does pop against the green. Love the chandelier and the chairs with the two different fabrics - that's a look that really appeals to me :-)


Splenderosa said...

This is delightful, especially with that chandelier. xx's

Connie @ SogniESorrisi said...

I love the chairs!

design traveller said...

Red painting - great point of interest in the room!

Unknown said...

I love red, and I love this dinning room.
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Couture Carrie said...

Love the paint color!


Lovin That! said...

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Anonymous said...

I love this, too. Fine contrast which makes the room very alive.


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