my home || dining nook
welcome to day 2 of my home tour. yesterday you saw my living room which is attached with this little dining nook. i hung the art from high in the far corner of the room, to low to be equal with the height of the long horizontal window. this helps to make the height of the ceiling look a little higher and anchor the height of the corner of the dining area by adding movement to the eye.
this little corner nook to the left is where i hung pieces from my grandmothers 1950’s china collection. the three plates were vintage finds which work nicely. it is so fun to mix and match pieces with meaning and add another life to other found pieces.
these molded eames chairs are just the right fit for the space. the white blends nicely with the walls to keep things light + airy, the shape adds nice detail the the base adds just the nice amount of lightness + reflective factor. the table was a vintage find. i just love its’ clean lines.
i simply adore the details these pieces add on the table. just the right amount of detail with out being overbearing. tiered tray + the rubber basket can be found at one of my favorite online stores, gretel home. the cone candles you can find at my parents shop, here. [ and may i add that they are dripless, too!]
stay tuned tomorrow for one of the bedroom tours.
design + styling christina loucks || photography heidi geldhauser