Harvard Square RenovationTransitional Dining Room, Boston
In the dining room we installed 3-D wall tiles that mimic the shapes found on the tracery ceiling in the adjacent family room. We used a lighter shade of blue from the music room so as not to overpower the deep tone in the music room beyond. A crystal light fixture adds that sparkle the clients love.
Photo: Eric Roth
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5. TileLooking for something more low-maintenance on the wall? Tile is a great choice, especially in areas that see a lot of traffic. Painted walls can get scuffed and dinged up, but tile can handle quite a bit of wear and tear without getting damaged.Wall tile is expected in bathrooms and kitchens, but when you use it to create a focal point in less common places, such as a living room or dining room, it really stands out.See how to choose the right tile layout
7. Room divider. This slim room divider creates a slight visual separation between the dining and living room areas, in a not-too-serious way. Created with dimensional tile, the floor-to-ceiling divider echoes the turquoise-and-white color palette of the living room, but in a more playful arrangement.