The dining room drama sets the scene for special events, such as mealtime celebrations with friends and family. Why not make the dining room a memorable backdrop? These bold dining room color ideas will transform any room into something extraordinary with the help of our dining room paint colors.
These faux-paneled walls help to harmonize the various wood tones in the room by using a cocooning color. This is only one part of the story. The space looks seamless when the deep shade is applied to the crown moldings and panel moldings, as well as to the trim on the windows and doors. This gives the white ceiling an extra lift.
Glidden Wild Truffle can achieve a similar look
This caramelized shade, which is as warm and expected as red, can be used to update a traditional dining table set. It also works well with modern, sleeker pieces. The high-octane hue is not too intense thanks to the use of pale flooring and lots of natural light.
For a similar look, try: Behr Summer Heat
This elegant blue is tinged with black and green, and complements the classic white-painted chair rail and crown molding. The sophisticated shade is kept from looking too formal by using eclectic furnishings in shades such as linen and espresso brown.
For a similar look, try: Valspar Azure Jazz
The bright, vibrant color can bring out the beauty of ornate stained woodwork while giving a formal space a new look. It can balance dark flooring and furniture, while also bringing attention to a light-colored ceiling or a striking chandelier.
For a similar look, try: Benjamin Moore Candy Green
Although this bold hue might seem unbalanced, it is not when it acts as a mediator between graphic black or white, such as in this room. It gives both the white-painted elements (table and floor) and the darker ones (chairs decoys, picture frame) a warm, natural glow.
Try this Sherwin-Williams Lemon Twist for a similar look
Before central heating was invented, American colonists painted walls with expensive red pigments to raise the temperature. This saturated color can be paired with white to make a space more welcoming and classic.
For a similar look, try: Pratt & Lambert Red Carriage
This velvety plum’s rich, vibrant color is due to its blue-violet undertones. This deep color can transform even the most casual spaces into something grander and more intimate when paired with lighter-colored furniture and ebonized hardwood floors, such as this one.
For a similar look, try: Benjamin Moore Super Nova
While pale blue and dark brown are an established duo, the dynamic of the blue can change to make a space feel more modern.
For a similar look, try: Olympic Aqua Chiffon
This color, which is somewhere between olive and emerald, is a great choice for spaces where people want to relax. It is deep, yet it feels familiar and comforting. This color looks great with white trim and pale furnishings.
Try Mythic Putting Green for a similar look
Gray can be neutral but can also be warm or cold depending on its undertones. The walls are tinted with brown. This is made more prominent by the warm accents in the room, such as the rosy red furniture.
Try this PPG Pittsburgh Paints Flipper for a similar look