Mediterranean Dining RoomMediterranean Dining Room, Phoenix
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The cobalt in this dining room is more traditional.What do you think about the cobalt trend? Are you ready to dip in, or are you more into navy, turquoise or teal? Will you test it out with a few small accessories at first, or are you ready to dive in with a gallon of paint?More: Get inspiration advice in the Houzz color guides
Rustic wooden candlesticks are inexpensive and perfect for this Mediterranean home in Phoenix. The blonde wood works well with the intense sea-blue wall and balances the round wall mirror. What a difference these candlesticks make. Imagine if this table were empty. Tip: When adding decorative pieces to fill an empty dining room table, try to find a balance between too much and too little. Add five candlesticks to the table, either clustered in the middle or placed in a line. Step back and take a look. Now remove two of the candlesticks, step back and take another look. Which version completes the room? Involve family members in the game to help train their eye for design. They may think you're a little crazy at first, but then again you may stumble upon some future designers in your midst!