Pantone Dining Rooms

So, I think one day I’ll be a trophy wife {not} just doing hostess work for the family, friends and colleagues in our formal dining room that looks like this. A formal dining that gets used by some, oh, maybe three times a year may not be practical but, hey, if you’ve get it, flaunt it…and yes, I am extremely jealous of you.These dining rooms are swoon worthy and they are in Pantone’s Color of the Year for 2010, 2011 & 2012.

Turquoise or Tiffany Blue Dining Room
Turquoise is Pantone’s Color of the Year 2010. We, sweet gals lovingly call it Tiffany Blue. This dining is perfect, I wonder if it came with a white bow when it was unveiled?
 Honeysuckle or Hot Pink Dining Room
Honeysuckle is 2011’s Pantone Color of the Year. Vibrant Pink? Every girl’s dream!
 Tangerine Tango or Red Orange dining Room
Who wants to Tango? This is the Tangerine Tango hue, of course 2012’s Pantone Color of the Year. It is just gorgeous, don’t you think?
Do tell me about your formal dining!
Friends, if you live in the Austin | San Antonio Metro, I would love for you to check out the Fashion Spreads of Nside Austin Magazine & San Antonio Magazine where I did the set styling for these shoots. Love my job! 🙂
Oh & don’t forget to stop by tomorrow to check out Sam’s {The Peak of Tres Chic!} take on an Inspired Spring!

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Details are my passion. From curating vignettes to designing spaces. I thrive in finding the finds and just discovered the art of collecting...all while sipping on a cafe au lait & a french macaroon in hand.

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  1. All these colors are amazing when incorporated in the right setting. I have had a Tiffany blue on my kids’ room – it was called something like caribbean blue and it worked well for many years. My current dining room is dark – changed from a very pale green and we are loving it as the room comes together.

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