Elements of style in this dining room include a mix of silver metallic
finishes, from chrome to silver leaf found on fabrics and fixtures.
Creamy wall color and camel colored upholstered keep the room
from becoming too cool with all of the silver and grey used.
Adding luxe finishes like double chandeliers, faux fur throws and metallic
linen draperies create the glam vibe we were aiming for!
This chrome duo of animal head mounts were
found at HomeGoods and add a bit of on trend whimsy.
Animal heads are IN IN IN!!
Corners in rooms can be softened like we did here
with a rustic silver urn holding a giant moss ball orb.
Yin and yang~the silver and the moss.
The moss is repeated on the large pedestal bowl centerpiece
holding many moss orbs or different sizes. Its simple and elegant
and tones down the formality from all the sparkle and shine.
This centerpiece is from HomeGoods too.
Wood blinds control the light, while the side drapery panels hanging
from custom silver leaf 2" drapery poles bring softness and
elegance to the room. The drapery panels are from West Elm.
The drapery rods are custom from Maison Decor (my shop).
A high end designer mirror from HomeGoods has a frame made
from crushed bits of mirror. It is both stunning and unusual!
I used a pair of crystal orb lamps with grey silk shades from Maison Decor
to flank the mirror, and the client's grandmother's silver tea set.
Here is the view to the foyer and the front door.
You can spy one of the Maison Decor wool rugs in Bermuda grey.
What a pretty dining room~its glamorous yet fun and
looking for adventure! I can just imagine the amazing parties that could
be held in this space! If I get invited, I'll know just what to wear. Its going
to include some silver....
Note: This post is partially sponsored by HomeGoods as part of my participation in their Happy by Design Pinterest designers board.