New window seat adds seating and storage to the space. We added thick new moldings for architectural interest; dark hardwood floors provide additional warmth. The vintage chandelier draws color from the nearby ocean and adds a spark of color and interest.

Solid wood Parsons dining table and the Wishbone chairs provide an interesting mix of geometric shapes, styles and textures. The sisal rug grounds the area and adds another natural element. The window seat was added to create much-needed additional seating and extra storage space.
Photography Peter Rymwid

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ellenblust added this to Pine Cone Ideas29 April 2022

not sure about dark table + dark floor

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Heck out bench under window. Could turn table the other way to get bench seats.

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Black Table LEGS - Chairs other colour

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AFTER: Rich believes that in a successful room, no one piece sticks out. Case in point: the successful mix of styles and textures in the dining room. She used the same fabric and color palette from the rest of the first floor. A rich mix of textures and styles includes a vintage Moroccan-style glass chandelier that her client found, a solid wood parson's dining table, Danish Wishbone Chairs with woven seats, a sisal rug and a potted plant. Storage was also a priority. "We created much-needed storage space as well as seating with this dining room window seat," says Rich.

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