Inspiration for a mid-sized timeless brown floor and dark wood floor kitchen/dining room combo remodel in Charleston with orange walls

Urban Townhome Breakfast Room

Traditional Dining Room, Charleston

This lovely breakfast room, overlooking the garden, is an inviting place to start your day lingering over Sunday morning coffee. I had the walls painted in a soft coral, contrasting with various wood tones in the armoire, table and shades. It is all tied together by keeping the chair covers and rug light in color. The crystal chandelier is an unexpected element in a breakfast room, yet, your not compelled to pull out the china and silver.
Inspiration for a mid-sized timeless brown floor and dark wood floor kitchen/dining room combo remodel in Charleston with orange walls - Houzz

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ladygrey wrote:February 9, 2011
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    Kerrie Kelly Design Lab
    9 years ago
    A lot of homeowners choose can or eyeball lighting to allow their dining room furniture configuration to be versatile. If you have a sideboard you can add lamps and candlelight is always great, too!
  • cindy34
    7 years ago
    where did the blinds come from?
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The color contrast and orange detail