Wednesday, June 25, 2014

The Hollywood Reveal - Dining Room

Happy Hump Day peeps. We're way deep in the rainy season here in Florida which means torrential downpours every afternoon. I've gotten used to it over the years so I try to hit the streets early and be done before mother nature unleashes her daily shower.
Any who, this dining room from our Hollywood Reveal project brings sunshine to my life every time I think about it.

We revealed the adjoining living room here and the powder room here, so you know it too needed some love and affection. We started with green walls and this dated light fixture. My client Karen had purchased this fab buffet but it looked a little sad in the dining room so we relocated it to the foyer
We painted the walls the same color as the living room and decided to add this metallic paper weave wallpaper by Phillip Jeffries, which we first revealed here for some shimmer. 

A round dining table was the best option for the space and we finally settled this beauty with a ridges on its base, from Scan Design. The table will get heavy use as well for playing games so it needed to be beautiful, yet functional and sturdy enough to withstand some heavy duty card playing. 
The white leather chairs were definitely a splurge but my client couldn't get them out of her mind after first seeing them. The arms are wrapped with wood which means they'll withstand the card-playing nights and dinner soirees.
The drum pendant was another love at first sight moment for Karen. Our first order got lost in a black hole but thankfully we were able to find from another source who shipped immediately. 

We wrestled a bit with a new buffet for the dining room but finally settled on this x-leg base beauty from Madison Seating.

Every sideboard needs a few accessories. These simple black lamps from Home Goods were just perfect. Ditto the candle holders from West Elm.

A pop of orange on the sideboard added some color to the other muted tones of the room and connected the room to it's neighboring living room. To complete the space, we added framed botanical photos taken by our client, adding a very personal touch to the space.

All photos by Circle Ten Media

And that's it peeps. Another transformed room from our Hollywood project. And there's more to come! Stay tuned.

Source Guide
Soto Dining Table: Scan Design | White Leather chairs: Artefacto | Wallpaper: Phillip Jeffries 
| Wallpaper installer: MC Paperhanging |Curtain Fabric: via Designer Discount Fabric | Rug and Lamps: Home Goods | Mirror and Orange Storage Box: Z Gallerie | Drum Pendant : ET2 via Wayfair | Sideboard: Madison Seating |Paint: Chop Sticks by Sherwin Williams (SW 7575)  


    In one WORKS!!!

  2. The room looks great! My page displayed two broken images though. =( Just thought you should know just in case something needs fixing. I want to see those pics! =))

  3. The room looks great! My page displayed two broken images though. =( Just thought you should know just in case something needs fixing. I want to see those pics! =))

  4. Absolutely fabulous! Love the PJ wallpaper!

  5. Absolutely LOVE it!!! You are so talented!!

    The Glam Pad

  6. You did a fantastic job! I really enjoy when you feature this type of work. While I realize that you definitely choose different finishes based on sell-ability, it's really nice that you at least go way better than the standard "builder grade" stuff that's been seen. You've got my dream job- I'd love to pick finishes like this! Anyway, great job.

  7. That wallpaper is FABulous! It almost looks like cork. Beautiful as always!

  8. Never a dull moment in this blog! What a fabulous creation! I love this dining room. You are so talented...and what happy clients you must have.

  9. I love this one! Such a warm textural and chic feeling in there! Great job! xo Nancy


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