We wanted the art to stand alone so the walls are painted white for a gallery effect.
Each end is flanked with gray linen wing backs large enough for 2. The table width was made to accommodate these chairs. When you mix custom pieces with bargain finds, it makes it not only affordable, but adds a layered element.
The existing built-ins were styled by Ann and filled with china, crystal and other dinner party go-to items.
This existing bar works as storage and a serving area for large dinners. She had a lot of antique pieces she wanted to incorporate. I love mixing the old pieces with the modern lines of the table and chandelier. It's a nice juxtaposition.
The bell of the ball is the large turquoise chandelier from Currey and Company. It brightens up the space by adding lots of drama and a punch of color against the white walls.
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