The Layered Neutral Dining Space of our Hawaii Project

Hawaii Project / Adam Taylor Photography

Our Hawaii Project brings us back to our Modern Coastal roots with a beautiful blend of clean lines, traditional touches, and an emphasis on organic textures that create natural beauty. In the dining room, this means white washed woods, natural linen, a woven statement chandelier that all work to create a soft organic layering against the back drop of textured stone. Read on for all our sources!

The room begins with a light and airy foundation of crisp white walls painted Benjamin Moore Chantilly Lace, durable wood-alternative flooring from our BECKI OWENS x HEWN Collection in Weathered, and a stone statement wall of Eldorado Stone Rough Cut in Casa Blanca.

We anchored the dining space with our oval Hyde Table made from textured oak and paired the table with 8 Laie Dining Chairs.These gray oak, caned chairs have such a pretty shape that lend a traditional timelessness to the space. Above the table, this abaca rope chandelier adds a modern coastal vibe and creates a beautiful focal point in the room.

A few crisp white pieces contrast with the soft earthy shades. This modern sideboard in white washed mahogany is a great styling piece that also adds storage. We paired it with these oversize white works of art, Sandy Waves I and Sandy Waves II, and styled it with this dark textured ceramic lamp.

We love the way this neutral space turned out. To see the adjacent kitchen, be sure to read this post. Check back for more space reveals from our Hawaii Project.

To shop this beautiful dining room and all the furniture and accessories from this project, visit the roundup on Becki Owens Living!

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