ï»¿ï»¿COLOR IS EVERYTHING. You can intentionally use a bold color and make it feel neutral and inviting. Â Fuchsia takes center stage on this table, and black and white provides the perfect complement and contrast. A traditional chinoiserie is used in a new and interesting wayâ€¦ as a distinctive detail on the back of the chairs. Go bold, and donâ€™t be afraid to lead with your favorite color.
Follow the Rule of Three: Â Select three colors for your scheme (one leading, two supporting).
* Contrast is the name of the gameâ€”woods used in the table and chairs donâ€™t have to matchâ€”itâ€™s much more interesting when they contrast.
* Use a bold pattern somewhere (on the backs of dining chairs makes it special).
* Buy canvas panels and hand-paint simple, black, tree silhouettes as a backdrop for your dining table.
Make a plan, write down your ideas and the accessories you will need, then hit the experts for their help .
Here are my suggestions:
1st Dibs, 15020 Bristol Park Blvd., Edmond
Cunningham Interiors, 2107 W. Britton Rd., OKC
Heenanâ€™s, 3841 NW 63rd, OKC
405 Imports, Campus Corner, Norman
Blessings and Blooms, Yukon