Dining Areas: Tones & Texture

The vision for this dining room was driven by a taste for both sophistication and a touch of whimsy. Situated right off the expansive entryway, the dining room immediately sets the tone for the rest of the home. The walls, in rich “Sundried Tomato” by Sherwin-Williams, saturate the space with color and anchor the open floor plan. A whimsical floral arrangement centers the table with shades of gold and red, drawing from the room’s color palette reflected in the rug, paintings and window hangings.

Builder: Bill Worley Construction

Interior Designer: Tammy Carmichael and Charlotte Collins

Lighting: Ferguson

Photography: Med Dement

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