French Bistro Dining Room

A cooking enthusiast's dining room is revamped with the colors of a French bistro.

  • A
  • A
  • A

E-mail This Page to Your Friends


All fields are required.

Separate multiple e-mail addresses with a comma; Maximum 20 email addresses.


Sending E-mail

Sending E-mail

Or Do Not E-mail


A link to %this page% was e-mailed

Hide CaptionShow CaptionThe dining room is now a French-inspired space Geoff can use for entertaining.
Voila! Geoff chooses a deep blueberry for the dining room walls to accentuate the apricot shade of the hardwood floors. Blue and apricot are opposite each other on the color wheel and are therefore complementary colors. The vertical wood molding on the walls breaks up the space too much, so it is painted blue to blend in; the continuous line of color gives the illusion of a larger room. The ceiling is painted a golden yellow, the shade of dried split peas, which is complementary to the blueberry and apricot hues. To lighten up the room, the furniture is painted off-white, and the cushioned seats are reupholstered in a vibrant red to round out the French color scheme. Finally, the remaining wood trim is painted a soft wheat to blend with the wood floors and yellow ceiling.

Did You Know: Blue is the color of excellence in French cuisine. Yellow, a warm and energizing color, can aid concentration and clarity.


French Dining Room product information