Old World Appeal

This dining nook is inspired by the old-world charm of provincial France. Repurposed wooden beams define the rural feel of the space, while the oval wooden table adds antique character. Tall, dark-framed windows offer a view of the lake, and a herringbone-patterned hardwood floor provides another layer of appeal. The botanical print of the loveseat adds whimsy and contrasts with the pastoral lure of the dining suite. The brass chandelier, a contemporary take on a rustic European chandelier, adds interest and centers the area. 


Interior designer: Laura Hertle, Laura Hertle Designs
Architect: Jay Caughman, Caughman + Caughman Architects
Art: Gallery 1401
Beams: James & Company
Builder: Matt Brown, Raines Brothers, Inc.

Photography by Philip Slowiak
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