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Maritimes dining room set – aqua colors and symbols of the sea
Bring the Maritim look in your kitchen and your dining room to create a relaxing and fresh atmosphere. See the pictures below and get some ideas on how to set up a maritime dining room.
Setting Maritimes Dining Room - Ocean Blue accents
A large candle chandelier over the dining table draws attention to itself candles. Starfish and lanterns are scattered on the rustic wooden table. The designer Bruce Palmer also chose ocean blue color palette for the dining table chairs and mirror tiles in the kitchen area. Patterned parquet floor is a visually appealing approach to the entire design.
Maritimes dining room in sand colors
Sand colors give the feeling of a sea breeze in this eat room. A work of art with seashells on the wall evokes associations of the marine world.
A chandelier of bird cages is an allusion to the water birds associated with the beach. Bamboo chairs and a table made of mahogany wood use natural accents, while a blue woolen carpet and sheer white curtains freshen the room.
Blue glass plate and foot of driftwood
An open floor plan, reminding us of the vast ocean, is a key element in this maritime dining room. A number of white walls and windows to be used to reflect more light. The table base made of driftwood and the blue glass plate available in a fascinating contrast. A chandelier of glass bubbles represents the water and seamlessly connects the kitchen with the adjoining living room.
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