Cassandra’s dining room is finally finished!! It was a long project, taking right at a year to complete, but I think the final result is quite spectacular.
For those of you who don’t remember Cassandra, let me start at the beginning.
Cassandra contacted me at the beginning of last year wanting help with her dining room. At the time her dining room looked like this…
This room was a challenge for several reasons, including the wall of windows and doors, and also the size of the room. I don’t know the exact size, but it’s really big!!
So I did a Virtual Room (re)Design to get Cassandra going in the right direction. You can click here to see Cassandra’s Virtual Room (re)Design.
Most of the work on the room was done by Cassandra and her husband, but since they’re only a thirty minute drive away from where I live, I was a little more involved in this redesign than I usually am with my Virtual Room (re)Design clients. My drapery fabricator, Faye, made the draperies for the room, I installed them, and I did some of the accessorizing. Other than that, Cassandra and her hubby tackled the rest themselves!
Ready to see how it turned out? Here it is!
Isn’t that an awesome room?! I just love how it all came together. That turquoise piano has to be one of my favorite features of the room, right along with the bright floral dining chairs. But my absolute favorite thing in the room…the draperies!! I just never get tired of that Imperial Trellis fabric.
So what do you think? It’s definitely different from anything I’ve designed before, which I LOVE!! It was so fun to work with someone who has different, eclectic, outside-of-the-box taste, which is actually quite a rare opportunity for me here in central Texas. Sometimes it’s just nice to let your hair down and have a little fun!
Additional Dining Room Furniture Resources:
- Reclaimed wood dining tables on Etsy
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