Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Renovation Diary: Dining Room

Remember this renovation? You can check it out here. The dining room got a complete makeover too!
The client wanted to keep the coastal feel with light colors. We used grays, muted aquas and pale greens throughout. Check out the before of the dining room. It had dark faux finished walls, and was filled with dark heavy baroque style furniture.
It's hard to believe this is the same space! 
Before, the solid wall that backed up to the kitchen housed a server. 
We opened up the wall to the kitchen. The wall with the arch above is the same wall as pictured above.
We used two large drums so it would be centered from the kitchen view and would light the 120" dining table.


This massive antique buffet was refinished and glazed for serving and storage. 
I love the detailing. 



This china cabinet has a mirrored back which bounces light and almost feels like a third window in the space. 


It is the perfect spot for relaxed "formal" dining or everyday meals. Stay tuned for the bathroom makeovers! Bye bye birdie, Hooper

3 comments:

letters to my little love said...

Love the room. Where did the dining table come from? It's perfect!

stephanie said...

Love the lighting, and hostess chairs -- so pretty and beachy!

Hooper Patterson and Ann White Schutte said...

The table is Zentique!

 
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