This formal dining room had some gems, but its traditional elements needed to be paired with some more contemporary pieces to make it look more modern and fresh. It also needed new lighting and furniture for storing serveware that needed to be more readily available.
This room was inspired by the flower, wine and cheese shops of Pike’s Place Market. Its muted taupe and mushroom beige blended well with the traditional design and provided a neutral backdrop for more contemporary furniture, prints, and lines.
Ultimately, this dining room decor brought the room into today while still maintaining its timelessness and warmth. It became an approachable, yet elegant place to gather for dinners and holidays that allows the flexibility to style it up or down, depending on the occasion.
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