By . Dining Room. Published at Sunday, March 11th, 2018 - 18:07:58 PM.
I remember that the moment she bought it she had thought of the space in the kitchen. She is an excellent cooker and she has always wanted to have a spacious kitchen. So, instead of using some chairs she used this banquette. She saved a lot of space and you can feel very comfortable and cozy when you sit at the table.
Of course, spare does not always have to mean modern. This luxury dining room includes Baroque elements but runs to the traditional end of the design spectrum. The light wood furniture has curved, legs, most dramatically on the table. Embellished with carving and some gilded detailing, the table has the most ornamentation. The chairs hint at the style of the era and are accented with just a touch of scrollwork at the top. The upholstery is untufted, smooth and contemporary and the china cabinet also sports a minimum of detailing at the topped bottom.
Interestingly the chandelier features Baroque curving arcs that are made from flat, smoky glass. The traditional leafy motif is rendered modern in the leaf-shaped drops that embellish the bottom and are mixed with feminine beads in a nod to the rococo.
Not every home is built with a dining room inside. Instead, you have to create one and lay it out to your own specifications. The extra room at the base of the stairwell makes for a perfect place to gather and enjoy a meal. We love how the table lines up with the backdoors!
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