The pattern looks like the inside of a tree to me, so I knew I wanted to incorporate a natural, woodsy element in the room. But, the gold immediately made me think "glamour." Hmmm, woodsy glam dining room? Could it work?
I've been drawn to the look of dark, lacquered walls lately. The seem to embody an edgy, sophisticated elegance. Here are a couple of shots of designer Todd Alexander Romano's New York studio:
Aren't those walls cool? Actually I'm impressed with the whole space. That is a STUDIO apartment?!?!?
Here's my Woodsy Glam Dining Room with blue lacquered walls:
Paint color - Old Navy by Benjamin Moore
Artwork - Cozamia
Antelope - West Elm
Drapery Fabric - Schumacher Nakuru Linen Velvet
Chandelier - Nori Morimoto: Forest Pendant Lamp
Mirror - Layla Grayce
Candles for table - Layla Grayce
Dishes - West Elm
Table - this is a wood slab table from BDDW
Tray - Harlow's Nest
Fu Dog Lamp - Asian Ideas; I have second thoughts about including this. One animal, the antelope, might be enough!
Glassware - Z Gallerie
Flatware - Horchow
Buffet - Crate and Barrel
Rug -Dash and Albert from Layla Grayce
The chairs I chose didn't show up on my mood board. But they are these classic Louis chairs from Ballard Designs:
Linked to Mood Board Monday at Pewter + Sage.