A combination of modern Danish table and Eames chairs forms the heart of this intimate eating and gathering place. Window shades control the window light and a nearby hutch provides ample storage. Designer Jil Sonia McDonald incorporated the client’s own Scandinavian dining table into the design. The end result is a perfectly inviting dining area with natural light shining from the large window that sits at the center of the room.
Off the contemporary kitchen, the cozy breakfast area pairs a custom-made soapstone dining table with streamlined upholstered chairs. A vintage Danish chandelier found on eBay brings a mid-century modern touch to the space.
Danish modern-style furniture sets the tone in this inviting dining room. The warm wood tones of the sideboard, dining chairs and pendant light offer an organic touch to the sleek, contemporary lines of the decor. French doors offer a stream of natural light to add a coziness to the space.
Designer Pamela Babey with BAMO created a vignette for the 2017 San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show styled after a romantic Venetian garden, set in the morning after a lavish party. The space included a custom-designed de Gournay wallpaper. A silk throw from Maison Tenn20 is on a Danish painted daybed. The Aubusson tapestry billowing over the table and onto the ground is through Peter Pap.
A mix of vintage and new furnishings with midcentury lines make for an inviting, minimalist dining area in the open plan space.
The Danish wood chairs were a flea market find with dismal pad fabric. Seeing past the dirty florals to the fine sculptural lines, designer Natalie Myers and her team snatched them up. Four new pads with blue pads were made and the chairs look like a million bucks.
A banquette pairs with curved contemporary dining chairs for comfortable seating around the custom-made soapstone dining table. A Danish chandelier lightens up the space and brings in Scandinavian flair.
Designers Jennifer Reiner and Robert White created a luxe living space with a black, gray, white and peacock blue. palette and a mix of styles. A pair of chandeliers hang from a blue and black-stripe ceiling. There's a touch of the 1950s and 1960s with a midcentury mod chair, a Danish Mod sofa and a glass topped-mod table.
An angled wall supports a sleek, modern fireplace in the living area of this contemporary Reno home. A shimmery rug tops the Danish mahogany floors, creating a cozy seating area with a pair of red club chairs that ties the space to the foyer's vermillion walls. Even the piano fits the home's contemporary design, creating a home that's designed for entertaining.
A custom-designed de Gournay wallpaper set the scene for designer Pamela Babey’s depiction of a romantic Venetian garden—after a party—in a vignette for the 2017 San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show. A Venetian carved and painted chair, a Danish painted day bed and Chinoiserie-painted wire and wood demi-lune tables are sourced from New York-based antiques dealer Carlton Hobbs.