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Interior Designer Longmont CO

An interior designer can help put a brand new face on the inside of a home, and transform the form and function of entire household. Check the listings and information below for more on interior designers.

Partick Webb
(303) 772-7962
927 Main St.
Longmont, CO
Specialties
Residential

Studio
(303) 449-7383
3 Kitchen and Bath Design 741 Pearl St. Boulder
Boulder, CO
 
Debbie Miller
(303) 888-1333
1216 Highland Park Drive
Broomfield, CO
Specialties
Residential,Home Staging

Distinctive Decor Inc
(303) 442-2286
4887 Franklin Dr
Boulder, CO

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Boulder Design Studio
(303) 442-7500
1503 Spruce St Ste 1
Boulder, CO

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Studio 3 Kitchen and Bath Design
(303) 449-7383
741 Pearl St.
Boulder, CO
 
Gail Liakos
303/845-0891
1196 Sunset Drive
Broomfield, CO
Specialties
Home Staging

Trish Pachak
(303) 521-8551
11636 Country Club Lane
Westminster, CO
Specialties
Residential,Commercial,Home Staging

Impeccable faux interiors
(303) 523-8050
1385 Pearl st
Boulder, CO
 
Adue Interiors
(303) 516-9225
40420 Boulder Canyon Dr
Boulder, CO

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Home Remodeling Tip: Dining Room Design

Decorating a Dining Room

home remodeling articles and tips

topic: dining room
by Alayna Buckner

Delicious Dining rooms

A nice, inviting eating space can encourage you and your family to make the time to sit down for a good meal together. The Dining room table can make or break a dining room's style. Historically, The Dining room table was a beautifully carved wooden table, but modern designers are playing with materials such as glass, wire and molded plastic--and making them stand out.

Room to Grow

Formal dining rooms have always had formal table, usually with inserts to extend the table's length for larger dinner parties. A newer trend in dining room style, however, is for tables of all sizes to have inserts. A two-person table grows to fit six or more. A six-person table grows to twelve. And where yesterday's designers have often wanted these inserts to match the rest of the table precisely, some of tomorrow's designers are setting this special piece apart as its own artistic contribution.

Play Mix and Match

Instead of the full dining room set where the chairs match the table, and both match a side credenza, designers are playing mix and match, not only with the furniture, but also with the chairs themselves. Today, a similar color palette might be the only thing tying together 6 distinct chairs.
Whether you use your dining room table twice a year at major holidays, or come together every night to eat, your dining room ...

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