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Dining Rooms

Shades of grey with bright red.

Use a sheer embroidered panel to mask a less-than-perfect view.

A refurbished Quebec chalet.

Choose bright tones for upholstery.

Bring cosy, personal elements into a builder-basic condo.

Let antiques shine in a neutral room.

Allow for kids' play in a bustling kitchen.

Use a glass-tile backsplash to create a light, airy effect.

Reeded glass windows provide privacy without window coverings.

Eclectic furniture and a paired-down palette.

Use glossy surfaces to create intriguing reflections.

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