Create an Elegantly Formal Dining Room

An empty dining room is finished with luxurious fabrics and traditional furnishings.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionTo transform the space, they give the walls a red Venetian plaster.
The mirror on the wall gives the space some added formality. It also opens up the room and reflects the Austrian crystals in the chandelier. A simple Asian-inspired bench tucked under the window is the perfect accent, and a custom wool rug pulls the room together and reduces noise. Ultimately, Prince and Mueller were able to dress up the dining room without making it feel too stiff and formal.

dining table (84260); host chairs (10600; fabric: Kravet #24241, COL: 3); side chairs (9020/u; fabric: Kravet #21638, COL: 40) - Fremarc Designs
bench
(Chinoiserie Bamboo, 11748; fabric: Kravet #24189, Col: 19) - Sarreid, Ltd.
chandeliers
(9851, 9562) - Currey & Co.
fabric for window treatments
(24021, Col: 419) - Kravet
china cabinet
(340-75-902); black and gold armchairs (200-35-032; fabric: Kravet #24934, Col: 19) - Hooker Furniture
high-low cocktail table
(custom design by Prince Associates, Inc.) - Bruce Molle & Associates, Inc.
wool rugs
(HE501, CA311) - Davis & Davis
gold mirror
(Rockefeller) - Classique Collection
ceiling beams
(custom design by Prince Associates, Inc.) - Don Derickson
stenciling and painting of ceiling beams
(custom design by Prince Associates, Inc.) - Leah Wiedemer

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