Remember this dining room project?
Actually, let's back up. Here's the only photo I could find of the dining room when I started working with my clients.
I'm not sure if I shared this with you but my clients' inspiration for their dining room was this photo. Turquoise, blue and white traditional goodness.
My client loved the Farrow & Ball Lotus paper so we created a similar look with a stencil. And when I say "we", I mean the decorative artists we hired.
Most recently we changed out the chandelier. Here's what they had before.
Big and brassy. Although it was a very good quality fixture, we opted for something with a lighter feel. (Thanks, Kimber!)
We also added a new mirror and a pair of blue & white porcelain lamps (I adore the lucite bases) over the antique buffet my clients purchased at Scott's in Atlanta.
All we have left are the dining room chairs, the window treatments and just a few accessories. I like to keep it simple in the dining room. Entertaining is stressful enough without having to remove dozens of tchochkes to make room function properly.
That's all I got for now. Stay tuned for more updates on this project and a few others I've got cooking.
Oh, and any guesses as to what type of chairs my clients are leaning toward?
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