A few months ago I wrote about some possible design plans for our dining room, and I wanted to do a full reveal of the room including sources for all of the items we purchased for the space.
Life has a funny way of happening to prevent things like this, so I thought I would leave you with this little progress photo of how the room looks now. See that fiddle leaf fig in the corner, he’s going to be replaced in a couple of weeks because he’s a shell of his former self. This home + high maintenance plants do not mix.
The chandelier is from Park Studio LA, the wall color is Benjamin Moore’s AF-560 Flint, the dining table is from Restoration Hardware, the chairs are vintage from a dear friend of mine (I found them at her grandmother’s pre estate sale last year and had the seats recovered), the benches are from World Market, the rug is vintage Kilim from Turkey, and the shelves in the back are the Vittsjo shelves from Ikea. All of the shelving accessories are vintage pieces I’ve acquired from thrift stores and estate sales, and food and wine books I’ve collected over the years.
The room is far from finished (in my mind, nothing is ever finished), but I’m happy with where it’s at.