Marc’s Eclectic Dining Room Design Board

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The Designer: Marc Atiyolil is a designer, Editor-in-Chief of Home Trends Magazine and co-host of the Marc and Mandy Show.

The Look: This dining room offers an eclectic mix of vintage, industrial, urban and luxe styles. A concrete panel wall mural creates an industrial feel that carries through into the design of the table and chandelier. Faux leather chairs, a dark hardwood floor and a plush area rug add a touch of luxury to the space while Edison style bulbs and a wood table top add a vintage feel. The cityscape artwork and contemporary planters finish the look with an urban vibe.

Create This Look:

  1. Choose Red Oak flooring from Satin Flooring.
  2. Lay down a rug from Surya.
  3. Hang a chandelier from Robinson Lighting & Bath Centre.
  4. Create an accent wall with this mural from Mural Unique.
  5. Paint the room in Beauti-Tone’s Romancing the Stone, SC139-0.
  6. Select chairs, table, and artwork from Bouclair.
  7. Finish with accessories from West Elm.

As Seen in Home Trends Magazine Fall 2016.

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Marc Atiyolil

Marc Atiyolil is the editor-in-chief of the home décor publication, Home Trends Magazine. His charismatic, down to earth approach can be seen first hand as the co-host of the Marc & Mandy Show airing on networks across North America. His mantra, “Be bold, be different, be unique – Yet keep it simple” is reflected in all of his work. Marc is an avid promoter of breaking down the myths of design and offering simple alternatives to complicated design processes.

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Marc Atiyolil is the editor-in-chief of the home décor publication, Home Trends Magazine. His charismatic, down to earth approach can be seen first hand as the co-host of the Marc & Mandy Show airing on networks across North America. His mantra, “Be bold, be different, be unique – Yet keep it simple” is reflected in all of his work. Marc is an avid promoter of breaking down the myths of design and offering simple alternatives to complicated design processes.

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