Create a dining room that links a traditional living room with the sleek lines of a transitional kitchen.
1 – Reuse an heirloom table
2 – Tight budget
Since the original chairs were beyond repair, LDK set out to identify chairs that would compliment the family table. The fluted legs of these chairs are a great fit.
Linda then collaborated with a local craftsmen to strip, sand, and refinish the table while maintaining the traditional details carved into the table's apron.
A flat two-tone finish on the table not only provides a modern flair to the traditional table, but also ties together the pieces of furniture.
The play of light and dark is a hallmark of new traditional style, beautifully exemplified in this updated
dining room furniture.
I’ve been designing beautiful living spaces for over three decades and have mastered many styles along the way. Modern, craftsman, mediterranean, mid-century or traditional, the key to curating these styles is an exceptional eye for detail, adherence to a disciplined design process and providing outstanding personal service.