Mediterranean Kitchen by Lori Smyth DesignSaffron and spice. Deep goldenrod yellow is an upbeat, spirited hue. The spicy tone of deep yellow works well with other spice-inspired hues, so try it with cushions in cinnamon, curry, mustard seed and clove. Walls painted saffron also make a wonderful base color for arrangements of artwork; finish your breakfast nook with framed artwork and objects hung gallery style.
Now this, THIS IS EXACTLY what my dining room looks like, here at home. Minus the nice walls, finished ceilings, those wickedly awesome French doors and fancy furniture, that rug and gorgeous light fixture, WOW, oh and, at second glance, uhhhhh, our floor may or may not look a little less, you know, finished. Ummmm, did I mention, we have the same taste in colors, tho?!? Stupid houzz!
Ooohhh...I love the mix of colors and textures. The green chairs are great with the canteloupe walls and terra cotta floors, the carved wood chairs, beams, wood framed mirror. The flowers and blue and white pieces give it a big spark, and the sconces are very unique. Wood chandelier.