Two-Day Transformation: Dining Area Photo Tour

Have you seen our coastal meets traditional two-day transformation webisode? Today we’re showing off the dining area, and explaining how we made the space flow. Then check out the tour of the living room!

The original dining room had a lot going on, with patterned end chairs, and three pendants. We started by adding woven chairs at the ends, with a stripe to tie in with the rest of the seating. Mixed seating makes the space feel eclectic, and we are able to use both coastal chairs, and more traditional ones! We scaled down by choosing one large lighting fixture with a streamline feel and traditional silhouette.

*hover over image to shop the space*

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We usually don’t have open wall space in a dining area, so we incorporated a tall cabinet with glass fronts. Baskets are at the bottoms for storage, and beautiful objects fill the rest of the shelves. In order to create flow around the table we put the cabinet against the wall and created a moment with stacked lighting, artwork, and a bench.

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