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    Robert Lighton's Athena side chair is covered in a rich red leather from Dune, with the back upholstered to match the dining room armchairs.

    This dining room fits perfectly inside of its spanish-inspired castle home.

    In the dining room of an Atlanta, Georgia, house, designer Kay Douglass used a palette of dark brown with cream and orange accents.

    In a California beach house, designer Chad Eisner used an orange and beige palette to create a cozy bungalow feeling.

    This blogger chose to decorate an empty wall space with an arrangement of glass patterned plates.

    To give the room a color boost, this blogger painted eight wooden chairs lively shades of pink, blue, green and red.

    While Leiper's Fork has no shortage of farm-fresh cafes and yummy restaurants, the cabin's dining table is a cozy spot to gather for a meal or game of cards.

    A vintage-inspired dining room contains a pop of color, shown in the green table.

    DINING ROOM To balance the formality of the de Gournay wallpaper in the dining room, Turner chose the Cracked Ice rattan chair from McGuire and a plaster chandelier from Harbinger.

    "From the very beginning, my client and I bonded over color," says Weiss, who lacquered a luscious green paint, Benjamin Moore's Seaweed, on the dining room walls.

    The crown jewel here is the formal dining room, featuring 12-foot-tall ceilings.

    This brand-new home has a been-around-forever feel thanks to timeless picks, antique finds, and Sarah Richardson's decorating expertise.

    The zebra pattern on the dining room chairs was designed by Gregg and executed in needlepoint by her mother.

    The muted hue beautifully picks up the silver furnishings in this intimate dining area.

    The deep color of the door in this dining room complements the glamorous decor scheme.

    Opting for pastels help make the rooms, which were recently renovated to create a more open floor plan, appear even larger.

    But with a fresh coat of white paint, all of these architectural features come to the fore. The new look creates the perfect setting for the rustic dining table, crisp slipcovered chairs, sheer curtains, and the simple wicker pendant.

    The rich floor hue complements the lavender walls in this elegant dining room.

    The homeowners entertain frequently in the formal dining room, so chairs are slipcovered to feel more inviting.

    In the breakfast room, Hickory Chair's Gustav table extends to seat six for dinners.

    The floor-to-ceiling windows showcasing the Eiffel make it hard to leave this apartment. Who wouldn't want to enjoy a morning croissant and café au lait in that cheery yellow dining room?

    Another traditional beauty, this Left Bank apartment is full of romantic touches like light pink accents, a fireplace, and views of the Eiffel Tower.

    White Minimalist Dining Room