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An Urban Cottage. Bead board backing behind the shelves.would work in kitchen behind shelves in place of upper cabinets to make the room bigger!

beautiful color pallette - love the blue leather chairs

White kitchen with stained wood island. Blending light fixture styles is warmer and more interesting. Rustic table in this space also adds warmth. House of Turquoise: Great Neighborhood Homes

Paint the inside of bookshelves a different color to add contrast.

Charlotte Hale of Plum Pretty Sugar

Top of stairs ***Simple bookcase display love the molding detail in the back with a washed finish -- House of Turquoise: Charlotte Hale of Plum Pretty Sugar

Country chic

Traditional Dining Room Built In Dining Room Hutches Design, Pictures, Remodel, Decor and Ideas - page 21

nail head & white piping. beachy shelf vignettes

Sims Hilditch Interior Design New Forest Manor Stunning Blue and White interior scheme, featuring GP&J Baker's Bradbourne indigo embroidered fabric design.

bookcase styling


Love the coral pieces on the shelves -- Decorating With Neutral Colors I The Zhush

Follow HGTV.com's simple design updates to create a dining room that is a welcomed gathering place for family and friends.

15 Dining Room Decorating Ideas

Modernize your dining room with industrial-style lighting. Balance their streamlined look by combining the lighting with natural furnishings, like distressed wood tables and wicker chairs. Design by HGTV fan Rethink Design Studio.

House of Turquoise: Whitney Cutler of Morrison Fairfax Interiors, a design firm located in Haverford, Pennsylvania, created a beach beauty in blue and white! y Cutler

Whitney Cutler

Painted interiors on backs of glass wall cabinets Morrison Fairfax Interiors: Turquoise blue cottage dining room. Cottage dining room built-in cabinets with turquoise .

Kristen's Creations: Accessorized Bookcases

Kristen's Creations: Accessorized Bookcases Build bookcases on either side of the office window. Maybe the dining room window too.