It was time for a refresh of our eclectic dining room, and I want to show you the impact a handful of fun changes can make.
It has been almost 4 years since we moved back into our house, and, as a military spouse, that qualifies this as the longest time we have every settled into one place. So call it itchy feet, or just the fact that I had a little more time on my hands this week, but I just couldn’t help myself…I really wanted to tweak a room in our home. I figured it was time to make some fresh changes to our ever evolving eclectic dining room. If I am being honest with you, these changes are a hint of more to come…maybe this Fall, but the larger changes are for another time and another blog post. Until then, let’s see the power of a few updates.
Note: The lighting in this refresh was gifted, but the opinions are 100% my own.
Eclectic Dining Room Update #1:
You know I love a glamorous chandelier, and this beautiful Watson Chandelier from Crystorama doesn’t disappoint. The chrome finish is utterly dramatic and the icicle remind me of inverted crystals. I think it is a lovely pairing with the wallpaper as well.
You might remember that I have a couple of other Crystorama fixtures in my home:
We did a chandelier shuffle and hired Richard to install the previous chandelier into the entryway, and it looks so gorgeous there.
Eclectic Dining Room Update #2:
Ok, ok…I know this isn’t a permanent change in the space, but I bought this custom DROP DEAD GORGEOUS floral arrangement from Alexandra at Stem Soiree, and I feel like it makes the entire room MAGICAL. She was able to analyze my space, talk through my goals, and create a centerpiece literally made for my room with the highest quality flowers. I am so thankful to have found this resource for the DC area.
Eclectic Dining Room Update #3:
I have always LOVED fringed table cloths, and pairing it with this fresh, coral, linen-chambray fabric brings me so much happiness. I also like the way the fringe almost looks like an upside down version of the chandelier.
Eclectic Dining Room Update #4:
I recently purchased this Loloi Rug and I think the simple, textural pattern is a nice visual break in this busy room.
Eclectic Dining Room Update #5:
Further more, I added a few simple updates, like this fresh (not dead yet, but give it time 🙂 Elepahant ear plant, and some pretty red ribbon.
All in all, it is a lovely space and I hope to be able to use it soon.
Thanks so much for joining me today on this eclectic dining room refresh.
2. Stem Soiree– Floral Arrangement
4. Farrow and Ball Paint- Ichyra Blue (looks lighter IRL- The photography looks a little more like Hague Blue)
5. Milton and King Wallpaper– Viva Tropicana
6. Revival Rug
7. Dupioni Silk fabric for Drapes were purchased from Fabric.com
8. Drapery Lining purchased from Fabric Place Basement
9. Table and chairs vintage and reupholstered