Friday, May 25, 2012

[ come for dinner ]

THERE ARE so many things I just love about this dining room. The long vintage Italian work table sitting in as a dining table, the mix of pale yellow and mint fibreglass chairs and that crazy glass light fixture...


Isn't that turquoise piece gorgeous? I can just imagine an old buffet and hutch that you might inherit from your mother or grandmother given a new life with some beautiful paint and glass knobs.

lisa
[country living]

11 comments:

Jo @ In Corners of My Mind said...

This image gives me a serious case of house envy...love everything about it!

Formerly known as Frau said...

I love the hutch......the treasures I could fill that up with. Have a wonderful weekend!

Carol-Anne (Use the Good Dishes!) said...

LOVE the colour of the cabinets and the way they've done the ceiling...a thing I often overlook!

Meeling said...

Love it! I'm loving the way I'm seeing more and more mid century type pieces mixed in with antiques - love the feel it gives!!

ps...I'm hosting a Summer Jewelry Swap on my blog right now - pop over and join the fun!

Happy Weekend!!

Pinecone said...

I absolutely fell in love with this dining room right after I saw it in Country Living. Then I had to go on her blog and pin everything ; )
Have a great weekend girlie!
xo
Ashlyn

StagerLinda said...

Great dining 'hall'--it's big! Love the turquoise hutch. Wish I was brave enough to transform my vintage hutch. I'll save this for inspiration.

Vanilla House said...

So right I love that, I think that will be my next business transforming beautiful old furniture into modern wonderfulness!!! Thanks for sharing. xRuth

Kellie Collis said...

The turquoise color and the long table is also what made me drawn to this lovely space. Have a gorgeous week ahead, Kellie xx

SHERRY HART said...

I just got my Country Living with that article...so in love with it and wish I had space large enough to fit something like it!

design elements said...

beautiful! happy Sunday

Marianne said...

I love every square inch of it!!!

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