Carriage House Eclectic Dining Room, Louisville
Carriage House photos by Kate Eldridge
Eclectic ceramic floor dining room photo in Louisville with yellow walls — Houzz
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Laura Gaskill added this to
Small can be sleek. Embrace the fresh color palette and lively atmosphere of your favorite café with a tall table and slender chairs. Keep the mood light with a refreshing citrus hue on the walls and a piece of art that makes you smile. A note on high stools: Make sure your stools have footrests at an appropriate height for you. It’s no fun trying to enjoy your meal only to realize your legs are falling asleep.
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Even if your idea of bistro heaven doesn't involve cigarettes, there's no denying their association with the bona fide experience, as this painting depicts. The artwork and its accompanying butter yellow walls serve as a background to a contemporary bistro set.
Sara Emslie added this to
Create just enough room for two. If there isn’t enough room for a dining table and you don’t entertain a great deal, then don’t waste valuable space on a large table and chairs. Instead, consider a tall, bistro-style table and a couple of high stools that can be tucked neatly into a corner and create a stylish nook for mealtimes. Glass is a good choice for small spaces, as it doesn’t obstruct sight lines as much as solid materials, while shiny metals and glossy whites will help to bounce light around the space and open it up.
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3. Themed artwork. If the price tag for custom cabinetry gives you the jitters, there are other ways to get the coffee shop vibe. Just add a pub-height table and chairs, preferably close to an outlet so you can plug in your laptop. Then set the mood with a piece of coffee-shop-inspired artwork. This one captures the essence of European cafe culture with a French greeting in tiny lettering: “Salut, ça va?” or “Hi, how are you?”