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Dining Rooms

Large wraparound windows allow for a bright eating area.

A built-in banquette provides comfortable seating in a small space.

Open up adjacent rooms to create a sense of space.

Choose neutrals to visually expand small, stylish spaces.

A splash of red adds a pretty pop of colour in this rustic space.

Inject a sense of history into your space.

Use crisscrossed runners instead of placemats.

A muted monochromatic palette allows the food to take centre stage.

A room with a spectacular view.

Mix decorating styles for a more relaxed room.

Bright accent colours keep this space current.

Panelling becomes an understated detail when painted.

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