Salem Tudor Remodel
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Dining room re-do as part of a 1930s home remodel. Color, patterns and antique lighting highlight this beautiful space.
“Mirrors in dining room” — akuabadoll
Salem Tudor Remodel
Ideabooks7,831
Questions8
This picture from the dining room into the kitchen shows the strong connection between the wall covering and kitchen color palette. Gray cabinetry, traditional subway tiles in a light cream and interesting "dots" inset tiles to add a funky touch.
“Wallpaper” — abigail7
Salem Tudor Remodel
Ideabooks41,773
Questions32
1930s kitchen gets a complete update with traditional cabinetry style and color. Backsplash is a mix of subway tiles and funky "dots" sprinkled throughout.
“Cabinets to the ceiling, light granite” — stu4adelle
Salem Tudor Remodel
Ideabooks357
Questions1
With a Kasbah-inspired wall covering, this 1930s dining room gets a serious infusion of style. The bold pattern plays off the simple furnishings in the room. Host and hostess chairs add a little bit of funkiness.
“I like both chairs here” — mrsschoen
Salem Tudor Remodel
Ideabooks4,181
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Looking back from the kitchen to the dining room, the interplay between pattern and color is obvious.
“look at knobs” — robkal007
Salem Tudor Remodel
Ideabooks10,016
Questions12
Who says a traditional kitchen has to be ALL traditional? This young couple wanted to pay homage to the style of home, but also infuse their own aesthetic into the home. With dark gray cabinetry, cream subway tile backsplash, the circle pattern accent tile appears as little "clouds" throughout the kitchen.
“Unique - could do own design in glass.” — carolselby
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