Everything! This is exactly what I'd like to do with the dining room. White wainscoting and red walls!
Example of waynescoting without the paneling - would do this with the lined board we found.
Like the "extra" paneling in the squares above the waynescoting. This might cut down on the harshness of the red?
hmmm....if we had big curtains/blinds we could just do the wainscoting below the window and not along the sides.
THIS is what that paneling from Home Depot would look like
Another take on color walls and wainscoting type trim
Picture of window that goes lower than top of waynescoting
Additional skinny panel next to bookshelf
tan base with white molding - would look like our room. Lighter floors.
Same color red - beige below (color already on our walls), and a light floor
Red color on bottom and beigeon top - lighter wood floor
Red upper on wall, white wainscoting, medium floor
Red on the "wainscoting" - use that striped panel from Home Depot? Or just a plain panel, with white chair rail and floor molding. If we did put the "frame" molding - it would be white.
Red instead of blue - light flooring again.
Stream lined straight black cabinet with black door - could house bells and shot glass? Or maybe just bells?
Giant mirror behind display?
"Built in" shelving around window to display collections? And make a bench seat with storage to contain table cloths and place mats and such?
Hang the bells on the wall?
outside of shelving to match peanut butter?
scone lighting onthe wall for a comfy feel?
Picture frames on shelves - makes it easy to change out