What a Creative Imagination can do.

With the Holidays coming up, the dinning will be considered the most important part of the House. Whether it is for a family gathering or just have a nice dinner, the dinning room will be the most visited room in the house when it comes to the holidays.

It is important for your dinning room to look proper and welcoming to the upcoming dinners. This week we wanted to show a few different examples of what your dinning room can look like.

Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.

Garrison Hullinger covered his dining table in decorative Japanese washi tape in bright, brilliant hues. A Technicolor wall treatment and rug and eclectic wall art run with the wild and colorful palette.

Ida York Interior Design
Home Brew
Design team: Ida York Interior Design

Portland has a distinct style and ambience, and this room embraces some of the best of it. Reclaimed wood, elements from local breweries and trendy restaurant-inspired features convey the city’s funky blend of old and new.

Art Institute of Portland
A Lair Fit for the Queen
Design team: The Art Institute of Portland and Ikea Portland

A crafty team of college students from The Art Institute of Portland put their Ikea expertise to good use in this room. The design revolves entirely around wall installations of Honefoss hexagonal mirrors, which reflect the gold light and accents around the space.

Mobius Home
Glamp the Casbah: NW Meets Marrakech
Design team: Möbius Home and Studio G

Elements from Morocco and the Pacific Northwest blend in this casual, comfortable dining space. Salvaged, reclaimed, whitewashed and charred local wood (treated shou-sugi-banstyle) covers the walls and ceiling, contrasting with the bright Moroccan-inspired colors.

digs inside & out
Kervanseray: Traveling the Silk Road
Design team: digs Inside & Out

A prized mosaic chandelier found at Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar sets the tone for this colorful Turkish-style design. Tulu rugs, plush pillows, pagoda lamps, suzani textiles and Turkish ceramics all come together beautifully underneath a flashy black and white striped tent, much like a pit stop on the infamous Silk Road.

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