The Dining Room
With the least amount of elements than the other spaces, the Dining Room at our #modernlakeside project demands attention. This space embodies the “less is more” concept in that you do not need a lot of stuff to make a bold statement. Furthermore, in this project we focused on building dynamic architectural details into the design that stand the test of time.
As you tour the #modernlakeside dining room, you’ll discover an enamoring ceiling perimeter display of woodblock detailing that you do not want to miss as well as other compelling visuals.
The asymmetrical light fixture creates visual balance and composition to this eclectic space. In addition, the fixture’s integrated LED bulbs produce ambient lighting and moodiness. The backdrop to these elements is visually impacting art centered within the recessed wall niche.
The Patara Tall Vase stands at attention as the centerpiece of the table. Its statuesque nature balances the asymmetrical light fixture. Together, they are quite the dynamic duo!
At The Table
The table itself is a masterpiece in its own right with its walnut wood top perched atop three marble legs. There’s plenty of seating at the table thanks to the spacious banquette. I love using banquettes because of its comfortable seating and somehow you can always squeeze in one more guest!
Framing the windows are the drapery, made of fabric with urbane chevron embroidery, extending from the floor to the ceiling. As the natural light pours in through the windows, all of the subtle yet dynamic details dance together in harmony.
Photography by Alyssa Rosenheck