Places: Dining Room Decorating Ideas In Cranberry Hues

Posted by: on November 15th, 2012 | One Comment
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Image of a Cranberry Colored Dining Room

Image via Style Estate

 

You may not be as wild about this shade as these homeowners above seem to be, but there is no denying that cranberry is a brilliant holiday accent. And this bold, fresh hue will bring warmth and cheer to family and guests who gather around your dining room table long after the holidays have gone. Whether you choose it as a color to paint an accent wall or use it as a splash of color to enliven your dining room décor, cranberry will make the room look and feel more delicious.

Not convinced? Here are a few more saucy dining room decorating ideas we thought might move you to our way of thinking.

 

Image of a Traditional Sage and Cranberry Dining Room

Image via Amy Barrickman on Pinterest

 

This traditional dining room spotted on the designer Amy Barrickman’s online portfolio looks resplendent in its sage walls accented by an antiqued mirror and rustic lighting. The hints of cranberry in the floral arrangements and table settings make the room fit for a feast.

 

 

Simple yet sophisticated DIY dining room decorating ideas bring a unique natural element to holiday décor. Here are some tasty examples of the many ways to use the warm, rich shades of cranberry to create colorful seasonal decorations all throughout your home.

 

Image from Elle Decor of a Dining Room In Cranberry Glaze

Image via Elle Decor

 

Cranberry has somewhat of a reputation for being a little sultry, slightly decadent and perhaps even a bit dangerous, too. But, as you can see in this lovely photo we found on Elle Decor, it can be quite appealing in its more regal, sophisticated shades.

 

See more inspiration and ideas in our Places series here on the Apron Blog.

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  1. Tony Wittock says:

    Really nice furniture from Home Depot online!
    Most people who shop the stores don’t know there is an online store…if they did it would be great business for Home Depot.