Monday, October 17, 2016

Dining Room Changes

I made some changes to the dining room this month. This space has always been a mix of formal and casual, I dress it up for holiday dinners and dress it down the rest of the year. My style leans more transitional, I always mix classic pieces with modern accents and I love to decorate with subtle patterns, neutrals and blue tones, I find the medley soothing.

I added a simple dining room bench to the sitting arrangement to squeeze in more people when necessary, I like how the bench make the space inviting. The built in cabinets are a dark stained wood, so are the parsons chair legs while the furniture and floors are a natural color, I like when wood tones are different, it feels richer and more layered.

 dining room centsational girl

The curtains are new, they are the mosaic panels from West Elm, doubled up on each side and sewn together. I also stitched a liner to the back so all you see is white when you’re looking at them from outside. The white beaded chandelier I installed two years ago, I love its modern shape in contrast with the more traditional furniture.

 beaded chandelier curtains

The Samode rug is from Dash & Albert, it used to sit in the living room but I’m always rotating rugs around so it lives in here now. The parsons style couture chairs are from Ballard Designs, I’ve had them for about ten years and I just swap out the pleated slipcovers every few years, this time I chose oasis velvet.

 parsons chairs farmhouse table

 succulents dining room

I wrote about this succulent boat a few weeks ago, it’s still thriving in this spot. I love this living centerpiece that looks great in any season, I’ll tuck some shiny bulbs inside when Christmas approaches.

 succulents up close

 succulent centerpiece

I didn’t do much fall decorating this year other than filling a few vases with fall leaves and scattering a few pumpkins around the house. I’m saving my energy for the holidays which are just around the corner, yikes here they come!

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