This post is about dining rooms, but first I’m going to talk about that Fiddle Leaf Fig Tree. Isn’t it adorable? I’ve always loved large scale plant life in interiors, and at the moment I’m really in love with this particular species. Designed by Nicole Jacobson, via Arianna Belle.
Rad wallpaper. Rad light fixtures. Photographed by Bieke Claessen via desire to inspire.
That chandelier is a little much, and the dining set seems out of place, but I adore the architectural details and the styling of the mantle. Via Haute Design.
This is super white and neutral which is not really what I’m into at the moment, but I still appreciate its calm, soft, beautifully styled look. Love the legs on the table. Designed by Dennis Duffy for Traditional Home via decorology.
Fabulous colors here. Deep violets and shades of gray. And of course a touch of gold. Via Nuevo Estilo.
I’m so in love with this space. The ceiling height is jaw-dropping. Your window treatments don’t always need to be functional. If there’s no need for light filtering or added privacy, something purely decorative can make a statement in your space (even if your space doesn’t have absurdly huge windows). The home of Melissa Webb, photographed by Sean Fennessy, styled by Lucy Feagins and Marni Kornhauser for The Design Files.