Glam Downtown CondoContemporary Dining Room, Vancouver
What Houzz contributors are saying:
White walls, extensive windows and white porcelain tile make the space feel bright and airy. But designer Karla Dreyer says it was a challenge to keep the room from feeling too sterile. To rise to this challenge, Dreyer chose her color palette carefully and adhered to her design philosophy: “My rule of thumb is to go neutral on larger pieces of furniture and to bring in colors through accessories. Pillows are often the best way, but throw blankets, trays, books and candlesticks are also great ways to add personality to a space,” she says.
What Houzzers are commenting on:
So I can see what my style of chair would look like if I choose to go for a more simple white tulip round table. Chairs likely will be painted white (gilded gold and antiqued at the most) and Id prefer a cane back and white or light blue/grey seats. This table is more streamlined and less bulky
Take down blinds and any material blocking natural light, if you can. Allow as much natural light into a space as possible! Create more natural light by using incandescent daylight bulbs on the inside of your home. Yellow lighting is better for outdoor features.