via One Kin Design
Quick programming note: There won't be a new blog post next Tuesday because I'll be hanging out at the Design Bloggers Conference in Los Angeles! I'll be back next Friday with the next Get the Look post.
Every time I put together one of these Get the Look posts, I go on a hunt for a room that has something particularly eye-catching, unique, or special about it, but that also feels attainable. Inspiration shouldn't just be inspiration - it should push you to take action and make that look your own. I'm hopeful that sharing the pieces I find to recreate the space will help bridge that gap between inspiration and action. The response to this series has been so positive (thank you!), so I'm pretty sure that's happening, but if there's anything I can do to make it even BETTER, don't hesitate to reach out and let me know!
So! With that in mind, let's chat about this absolutely stunning dining room from a home tour I spotted on One Kin Design recently. The house was designed by Brandon Architects (who is one of my absolute favorite architecture accounts to follow on Instagram - their work is amazing) in collaboration with Patterson Custom Homes. Lindye Galloway was the interior designer on the project. The combined talents of all of these folks certainly came together to create one incredible home!
I'm calling the style of this space "Beachy Traditional" thanks to the coastal vibes of the side chairs and chandeliers plus the more classic lines and details of those blue head chairs and the rug. I'm all about rooms that you can't quite put into one style box, so this one is right up my alley!
You'll see in my lookalike design below that I didn't include those incredible woven rope back chairs, but I did find a source for what I believe are the same ones (here's the link*). The reason I didn't include them was because they're priced a wee bit higher than my typical pieces for these posts, so I wanted to find an affordable alternative. I really love the ones I ended up putting in the design below. If you love the original chairs though, by all means, don't let me stop you from making them your own!
All right, let's take a look at how I pulled together the pieces to recreate this coastal-meets-classic dining room! Scroll on down to see the furniture and decor I chose, and then read a little bit about why I decided on these particular items:
Blue Wingback Dining Chair | Coastal Style Dining Chairs | Farmhouse Dining Table | Neutral Persian-Style Rug | Farmhouse Sideboard | Brightly Colored Abstract Art | Mid-Century Brass Planter | Gray Linen Curtains | Wood Bead Chandelier
I'm totally digging that pop of blue in those wingback dining chairs and the bright colors in the abstract artwork - a splash of color was just what this room needed to really make it pop! Everything else falls into the neutral category, but with the mix of textures and patterns, it certainly isn't boring!
You'd never guess that those fabulous wood bead chandeliers are from a teen-oriented store, would you? It just goes to show that sometimes you find the best pieces in unexpected places! If you happen to be on the hunt for some ceiling light fixtures for your home, be sure to check out the post I put together earlier this week on all things chandeliers, pendants, and flush mounts! There are 30 more of them over there for you to browse through. :)
And finally, I want to point out the fun greenery in this room (I always seem to gravitate toward rooms that have fantastic plants for this series !). The mid-century planter you see has a ZZ plant plopped in it, which is a lovely, low maintenance indoor plant with cool leaf structure. I have one in my office and it's thriving!
All right, so tell me - what's your favorite piece in this space?
Psst! Want more Get the Look series posts? You can check out the whole collection here!
*Disclaimers: Affiliate links were used in this post, which means Mix & Match Design Company earns a small commission from your purchase at no cost to you. Note that these pieces are intended to mimic the look of the inspiration photo shown, but before making a purchase, always be sure to check that the piece will fit in your home!