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If you saw our Summer 2016 catalog, we bet you couldn’t help but swoon over the dining room designed by Entertaining Expert and Better Homes & Gardens Editor, Eddie Ross. This colorful space featured Square Back Louis Chairs in a vibrant red and magenta animal print, peony pink curtain panels, and bold art. We thought we’d share how to get this look in your own home.

While most of the foundational pieces were neutral (the walls were painted Benjamin Moore’s White Dove), the dining table was a classic whitewash pedestal table, and the rug was a natural fiber braided jute, it certainly felt fresh and vibrant. That’s because Eddie used color strategically — the chairs were upholstered in a bold hue and the curtain panels were bright pink. He then brought in accents of navy and chartreuse with dinnerware, napkins, abstract art, curtain trim, and two Helmes Wing Chairs upholstered in a Chartreuse Velvet.

Shop all of the pieces in this room:

Square Back Louis Chair in Ariel Red

Suzanne Kasler’s Signature 13oz Linen Panels in Peony Pink

Time Art

Casa Florentina Viareggio Chandelier

Edie Block Print Napkins

Piper Woven Napkin Rings

Modern Mix by Eddie Ross

Blue and White Porcelain Vases

Bamboo Julep Vase

Bunny Williams’ Campbell House Dinnerware

Bunny Williams’ Flea Market Flatware

Find more decorating and entertaining ideas from Eddie Ross, watch How-To videos creating a living arrangement andedible centerpiece, or browse the products he used in his spaces.

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