Vintage Charm

In this home, a unique configuration of two adjacent dining rooms creates a functional and aesthetically pleasing space. Soft blue-green walls lend a comforting feel, and elegant silk damask draperies add style. Puddling on the polished hardwood floors, a classic Hepplewhite antique sideboard, and an 18th century mahogany dining table with Chippendale chairs complete the design scheme.
Through the arched opening to a less formal dining area sits an antique round table with tall ladder-back chairs, perfect for intimate dining. A fruit painting makes its home above the fireplace, and porcelain pears and other works of art are displayed in flanking built-in display cabinets.

 

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Design: Marsha Yessick, ASID, NCIDQ & Embry Yessick, Yessick’s Design Center

Homeowners: Tiffany and Blair Ramey

Photography by Laura McNutt

 

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