Chinese Red Dining Room
Host Brooke Channon and the design team work together to recreate the look of a zen-like dining room designed by Jennifer Costanzo.
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Using the design of the Inspiration room as a basic framework, the design team successfully transforms a plain dining room into an elegant dining oasis.
One need only take a look at the "before" image to gain a full appreciation of the dramatic makeover results.
- The transformation began by adding a cranapple tone to the walls ("Cranapple Red" from Pratt & Lambert) to the walls. A 1960’s style sideboard perfectly replaced the designer oak sideboard found in the inspiration room. A pattern framed mirror was placed above the sideboard to add dimension to the room. The sideboard was dressed with skylar style paper lanterns and a grass plant which added an organic feel to the room. A modern abstract reproduction print was placed in the room to simulate the look of the oil accented print from the inspiration room. A vibrant orchid situated on a wooden and wrought iron shelving unit was a mirror image of the cymbidium orchid and glass shelving unit from the inspiration room.
paint – Pratt & Lambert
wood and wrought iron shelf – Pier 1 Imports
modern abstract reproduction - Z Gallerie
potted bamboo plant – Home Depot
orange-red pillow fabric, grass plants – Ross
gold wood chargers, ceramic dinner plates, taupe linen, wooden chop sticks, miso soup cups with lids, red candles, Moroccan candle holders – Cost Plus
three wicked candle – Target
French style chandelier – Lamps Plus
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