Add Art for a Dramatic Dining Room

Add Art for a Dramatic Dining Room

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Adrienne Breaux
Nov 7, 2011
You don't just have to consider aesthetics when it comes to choosing the artwork in your dining space; you have to remember that people will be occasionally consuming food in there, so your space has to both look good and be appetizing! Thankfully, the great resource that is all the amazing house tours on Apartment Therapy is always a constant source of inspiration in the art and decor department. The best part of adding or changing the art in your dining space, of course, is the quick transformation it'll give the whole area. If you're feeling like your entertaining space needs refreshing in time for the holidays, take a peek at the dining room art inspiration we found: Top Row: 1) Flanking windows: Ami and Sean's Colorful, Welcoming & Art-Filled Home 2) Nature-inspired: Erin's Warm & Wood-Wrapped Austin Bungalow 3) Accessories are art, too: Patrick & Hyatt's Maryland Manse 4) Hippie and eclectic: Michelle's "City Hippie" Look 5) Dark and contrasted: Amanda & Lincoln's Eclectic Modern Home Bottom Row: 6) High up and eye-catching: Brian & Daniel's Worldly Oasis Home 7) Sculptural and textured: Michele & Ryan Tansey's Antiquarian Hideaway 8) Bold and graphic: Christopher & Natalie's Touch of Hollywood Regency Loft 9) Fresh and coordinated: Jody & Joe's Cozy Contemporary Condo 10) Casual and in a vignette: Eclectic & Cool South Austin Bachelor Bungalow Images -- 1: Adrienne Breaux; 2: Adrienne Breaux; 3: Al Peasley; 4: Michelle; 5: Kathryn Wiens; 6: Bethany Nauert 7: Andie Wurster; 8: Marcia Prentice; 9: Bethany Nauert; 10: Adrienne Breaux
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