Contemporary Traditional

Dining Room


In this exquisite dining room, all eyes are on the Strada pendant golden chandelier – a perfect conversation starter for an unforgettable evening in this distinctive environment. But the notable elements don’t stop there. From the expansive trestle-style wooden table with arch support to the Tudor-style upholstered chairs with antique brass nailhead trim and skirted host chairs on casters, each piece makes a stand-alone statement while also blending seamlessly with the room’s other components for a sense of drama and intrigue. Either end of the room is flanked by a staircase leading to the private spaces of the residence, while custom draperies highlight one of the home’s interior archways, providing a look into the living room and beyond. On the opposite wall, a grand wood-burning fireplace adds weight to the room, while a large mirror sits atop, drawing in light. A bold marriage of contemporary and traditional styles, the space is suited to fulfill the homeowner’s needs for both elaborate entertaining as well as dining for two.


Photography by Creative Revolver


Interior designer: Garrett Henson-Hinck, Henson-Hinck Designs

Art: Gritham Art

Draperies: Custom

Furniture: Lee Industries, Four Hands Furniture

Lighting: Visual Comfort, Chandelier by Kelly Wearstler

Pillows: Custom, Thibaut Fabrics

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