Dining Room | February 28, 2014

Thank you all so much for reading my series this week. And I want to thank my amazing client
for letting me share this story and her home with all of you. 
 If you are just tuning in check out the intro to this series here.  

Let’s review what we started with:

Lots of beige and brown were happening in both of these rooms. The beautiful architectural detail wasn’t living up to it’s full potential for sure!

I hope you enjoy seeing the end  result as much as I do!

I love how these rooms flow into each other!

We chose the Salvaged Wood and Concrete table from Restoration. The chairs are from Noir furniture. The Imperial Trellis wallpaper makes the beautiful trim-work stand out even more.
The chandelier is from Pottery Barn. All of the flowers on the table are a combination from Pier 1, Pottery Barn and Alice Lane Home Collection.
To display all of my clients dishes we chose the Barrymore Cabinet.

The curtain fabric is Jaipur Tree in Poppy and the panels were made by Plush Studio. The paint color in the Living Room is Palladian Blue.

The rug is the Safavieh Soho rug and we did it in an 8′ round.
Shelves and frames are from Pottery Barn.
 The chairs are the Leyland Armless chair and we had them upholstered in Schumacher High Voltage.
The gold side table is from world market. All of the accessories on the table are from Alice Lane Home Collection.
The roman shades are done in Bleeker in Absinthe and I loved how they turned out! We hung them a couple feet taller than the actual windows so we could make the windows appear grander. We had them made by Windows by Melissa.  The window bench seat is made by Rocky Mountain Upholstery.

The geometric pillow is from Alice Lane Home Collection.

The ombre pillow and sequin pillow are from Alice Lane Home Collection.

These spaces are so fun and so ME which is why I love them. A little traditional mixed with bold patterns and colors. It’s amazing to see a blank canvas transformed into a room full of beautiful things and lots of personality!