To refresh your memory, here is where we began.... with a small, enclosed dining room.
One of the goals of this project was to open things up between the kitchen, dining room and living room. You can see we accomplished that, the space is now wide open and light filled...
Let me introduce, (drum roll please).... a light, bright, shiny new dining room.....
The banquette, complete with lift tops and lots of storage.
The kitchen cabinets are a dark stained clear Alder with a white painted island. In order to differentiate the dining area from the rest of the kitchen we chose to play up the creamy white cabinetry. To add to that, my client painted all of her dining chairs the same creamy white.
The re-vamped cornice boards (read more about them here) work beautifully to tie the space together by pulling in the browns, creams and sea glass blue.
I love my client's idea and selection of the three pendants over the table. The look is casual and fun and suits not only the space, but their style.
A crowd was entertained here for Thanksgiving this past week. The space feels spacious, bright and welcoming and I'm told that it met with rave reviews from the guests. I know my clients are pleased and so am I.
This project has been a wonderful collaboration of ideas and expertise and the results truly reflect the initial goals. Read more about the process here and here and stay tuned for the final reveal of the kitchen itself, I can't wait to show you!
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