Ft. Worth Historical ResidenceTraditional Dining Room, Dallas
Photography by Robert Peacock.
What Houzz contributors are saying:
"I love a round table; they are so conducive to conversation, they feel homey, and this one was a perfect fit in this dining room, which isn't very large," says Rosene. The circular theme is also repeated in the mirror over the buffet. The red is the same shade used in the living room, as the rooms are adjacent and separated by French doors. The khaki color was original, and they decided to leave it so as not to overwhelm the relatively small room with red, and to take advantage of the existing horizontal molding."I raised the drapery rod to counterbalance the horizontal band of molding, and to draw eye up, making the ceiling seem higher and to visually expand the size of the windows," she explains. Chair fabric: Cowtan and ToutDining table: Woodbridge FurnitureMirror: La BargeLight fixture: Original to the houseWall color: Red: Benjamin Moore Burnt Peanut Red 2081-10#