Dining Room and Foyer Updates

Our dining room is finally getting to a place that I'm really loving.
Whenever I'm decorating I always tend to lean towards the traditional.  
A neutral color scheme, simple accessories,
and lots of classic antiques.

I've replaced the tapestry chairs,
changed the orientation of the table, 
and exchanged a few antique chests from other parts of the house.
The room actually feels twice as large
(and it's not a large room).

The antique chests are being utilized for storage and as a bar surfaces for when we use this room.

Decanters, a simple silver tray, and lots and lots of crystal
(thanks to my MIL).

I've kept the table arrangement simple--
a simple red ginger jar to bring in the colors of the rug in the foyer.

The lily pad plates in the foyer COULD NOT be replaced
(because I love them so).
I did add a few rustic accessories and a few pieces of copper and brass to the exchanged bookcase.

 I plan on adding a more copper and brass pieces as soon as I find the right ones.

Hopefully I'll be happy with the rooms for a short time and I think that adding a few fall accessories will take me into the next few months.

Sources for dining room and foyer:
paint-Ambiance by Benjamin Moore
dining table, accent table, and chests--antiques
dining chairs-Pottery Barn and Havertys
art--panels-Canatella Interiors, Robert Rucker print, oyster plates, sconces--antique
drapes- Restoration Hardware--old
All decanters, silver, and copper-- Waterford, Ralph Lauren, Tiffany
Lily Pad plates-Global Views
ginger jar-Canatella Interiors
copper jugs and plate-Medina


  1. Your home is beautiful, Sabrina! I love all of your changes! I really love all of the copper pieces and crystal. I love seeing those elements mixed into the decor. You did a beautiful job!


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