Wood & tile in this 1950s dining area combined with other elements for a rustic, natural feel

Wood and quarry tile 1950s dining area
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Beautiful wood ceilings, cabinetry and trim — all with the natural grain shining through — helped define this home’s color scheme and midcentury feel.

The rustic brick red quarry tile in this hallway and space for simple meals is perfectly coordinated with those natural finishes.

In the foreground of this 1950s dining area, a simple pattern made with white and brown mosaic tiles gives the space a unique decorative feel — one that was artful enough to require no other embellishment nearby.

The dark green from the potted plant and the dining chairs plus the sky blue painted wall, combined with wood and tile tones to fill this space with colors you would see out in nature on a sunny day.

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Wood and quarry tile 1950s dining area
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