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Candy-colored, Mismatched Dining Chairs.

4 Apr

I’ve always been in love with this dining room photograph: a bunch of candy-colored dining chairs around a Saarinen round white marble pedestal table. The bold black and white stripes go a long way in taking down the “sweetness” of this room, and for me that creates the perfect balance of feminine and edgy.

Dining room by Ruthie Sommers. (image via DecorPad)

 

Last week I saw this dining room image on ReNest (Apartment Therapy’s green style blog).  It’s from a house one block from the Pacific, and mixes beach style with thrift store with French Country with a little rocker chic.  Love those pastel mismatched chairs! Stay tuned this week because ReNest will be featuring the whole house in a Green House Tour!

(image via ReNest)

 

This image, too, is growing on me:

Note 100% sold on those black end chairs (in term of color or scale) but I love the idea of this room. (image source unknown....can't read the magazine title!)

 

It’s from Brisbane designer Anna Spiro’s home. You know that someone with a chair like this is going to have fantastic seating pieces in general:

This works so well against the all-white background. (image via Apartment Therapy)

 

Great dining room inspiration all around!  Which is your favorite?

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