One Room Challenge Week 6 • Dining Room Reveal
It's the final week of the One Room Challenge and you all know what that means! Reveal time! Welcome to my brand new eggs Benedict Cumberbatch mimosa dining room! Haha. I do make a mean poached egg so there will be lots of brunches up in here in the future. Anywho...let's go on a quick tour, shall we?! Here's a before of the dining room.
Even Buddha can't keep his eyes opened for this sad looking room.
And boom shakalaka! I am so eggscited about how this room turned out! Okay...I'm done with the egg yolk puns. We never used this room before because it wasn't exciting to be in there. And even though it had white walls, it felt really dark, so I wanted to make it really vibrant, like a room that screamed, "Come in here and have a mimosa with me, all day every day!" The yellow just makes this room so cheerful! The chair rail and moulding really elevates the space and the original artworks by Leroy add so much personality. It feels formal yet super fun and unexpected. To balance out all that warm tones, I brought in some greens and blues.
Here's a view of the dining room from the living room. The heartmate has been camping out in there. He absolutely loves it.
This Jonathan Adler chandelier is everything! Like everything I've ever dreamed of. It's sculptural and ties in with all the lighting I have in the house. This is the cream of the crop, y'all!
I had these candle sconces custom-made by Sazerac Stitches. They turned out so good! They're a mix of black and brass to match the chandelier.
Oh, you know...just serving you some Dab buffet realness!
Sweet thanks to Linda Weinstein (Calling It Home) for inviting me to be part of this fun challenge. This is hands down my favorite space I've ever done. Lots of love to the amazing One Room Challenge sponsors (Metrie, Farrow & Ball, The Mine, All Modern, and Candelabra) for helping me make this room come alive! Also excellent work from Kex Design + Build for installing the moulding and painting. And lastly, thank YOU for following along this transformation.
GET THIS LOOK!
Jonathan Adler Caracas Chandelier • The Mine
Moulding • Metrie
Paint (Babouche) • Farrow & Ball
Dining Table • All Modern
Buffet • All Modern
Dining Chairs • All Modern
Bolah Chairs • Candelabra
Artworks • Leroy Miranda Jr.
Sconces • Sazerac Stitches
Table Lamp • West Elm
Rug • Rugs Direct
Pillows • Bolé Road Textiles
Vintage Vase • Everything But The House
Planter • West Elm
Y'ALL HAVE TO CHECK OUT THE OTHER DESIGNER'S REVEAL!