Today, I am excited to share more details of our Estillo Project. If you missed it, catch up on the master bedroom and kitchen, and then continue with today’s dining room reveal. The vision for this home was a fresh take on a coastal vibe and we got the look in the dining room with layered whites, organic texture, and ocean blues. Take a peek!
Photographed by: Ryan Garvin
The walls and ceiling of this fresh white space are Benjamin Moore’s Swiss Coffee. As I’ve shared before, this is the perfect paint choice if you want your white space to feel warm. The creamier white paired with hand-distressed oak floors, Provenza Desert Haze, create an inviting foundation for the space.
The rug we selected for the space is a work of art by Eskayel. The design has the feel of ocean waves at the beach. This rug has a similar organic look, as does this option.
Beautiful, clean-lined dining furniture adds texture, without detracting from the rug. We chose a rustic wood dining table with modern simplicity and paired it with woven marine rope dining chairs from Palecek (an affordable woven option here).
A pair of faceted brass and glass pendant lights adds light to the room. We love these pendants because they make a statement while maintaining an unobtrusive airy quality. There are several affordable sources to get this look, if you like it check out these options here, here, and here.
White table lamps draped in coastal wooden beads are a beautiful pairing with the modern pendants. The lamps sit on a modern rustic carved wood sideboard. A stunning ocean wave print (giclee from original oil painting) by Todd Kenyon of Pure Laguna Beach completes the coastal look and adds beautiful color to the white walls.
The dining room is clean and simple, but statement pieces add color, texture and beauty. Thank you for taking a look into this project with me! To get the look, see the sources below.
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