An Artist's Retreat
This dining room gains it's spaciousness not just by the size, but by the pitched beam ceiling ending in solid glass doors; looking out onto the entry veranda. The chandelier is an original Isaac Maxwell from the 1960's. The custom table is made from a live edge walnut slab with polished stainless steel legs. This contemporary piece is complimented by ten old Spanish style dining chairs with brightly colored Designers Guild fabric. An 18th century hutch graces the end of the room with an antique eye of God perched on top. A rare antique Persian rug defines the floor space. The art on the walls is part of a vast collection of original art the clients have collected over the years.
What Houzzers are commenting on:
Proportion - I chose this photo for proportion because all the furniture fits nicely together, it doesn't seem too crowded and it doesn't feel too empty. The room also has a rectangle shape and that makes the room feel more proportionate.