Euro Living and Dining Room

Host Joan Steffend and designer Barbara Sculati give a bland, white living and dining area an update that blends shappy-chic charm and Old-World richness.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionA tablecloth is dyed to match the curtains and shrugs, making the dining room a more inviting space.
In the dining room, the large window gets redressed. The window is so long, two wooden boards need to be attached lengthwise to create the valance (not shown). A long-enough curtain rod could not be found, so electrical conduit pipe is pieced together with wooden dowels. Matching slipcovers, known as shrugs are made for the dining chairs. A secondhand tablecloth was then dyed to match the drapes and shrugs.

Drapes and valance $65, tablecloth $5, vase $10 and chair shrugs $12
fabrics: Mill End Textiles
hurricane candle: Bachman’s

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