Y'all! Happy Sunday! Over the past couple of weeks, I've shared this clients home full of color, pattern, and art. We looked at the living room, the office/craft room/homework spot, and now to the dining room! Currently we're working on the kitchen and cabinets just got installed this week (Insert squeal of delight, here). This home is far from finished, but I am so so jazzed with the completed spaces so far! I absolutely cannot wait to see the kitchen and remaining spaces come together and share it with y'all, but this project has been a dream and I don't really want it to ever wrap. I think I might start working really slowly just to drag it out as long as possible.
I can't think about this space without thinking of this one time, when I posted a process pic of the space and Pottery Barn reposted on Insta to feature their chandelier. Beige-loving PB enthusiasts were not kind to this space and my fave comment was that a "color-blind grandma must have decorated it"... Well, here I am. One color-blind grandma at your service! Funny now- not so funny then. Now, I take it as a compliment and in my rebranding I might just take that as my tagline... THANKS, mean internet peeps.
Grandma at Heart
Residential Design for the Color Blind
JK, JK... but you have to be able to laugh at it, right? I mean, my style can be a lot. I know that, you know that. And that's why we're here and not wandering the aisles of PB (which I actually love in small doses). Who hasn't seen something they thought was ugly on the internet? I know I have, but never ever have I thought, "Oh man, I should tell them what I think about this... because obviously they care about what I think and my opinion matters."
I basically felt like sharing that because, now it makes me giggle, and also because it allowed me to insert a mini essay here on how sucky the internet can be and how it makes us not act like we are actually interacting with other humans... So, now that we've all laughed about that... onto all the details of this space that I and the peeps that live there think is all sorts of rad and an immense thankfulness for the internet because that's where I get to connect with all of you lovelies.
Dining room things... We've got ample seating for dinner parties and holidays, pretty modern shelves to display serving pieces and glassware, all the color and pattern, and lots of wall space for artwork.
We started with a big Erin Gregory canvas from One Kings Lane and then layered lots of local and vintage artwork on top of that. Fruit and plant pieces from the lovely Glory Day Loflin, landscapes on either side of the doorway and to the left of the window from the insanely talented Kiah Bellows , and another piece by the window from one of my favorite peeps in whole dang world, Teresa Roche.
Overall this space is ready for Thanksgiving which will be here, like tomorrow... ready to get down with some turkey and dressing and celebrate like it's 1621. We just have to pull their kitchen together so that there's an oven to cook said turkey in before the big day.
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