For this issue’s Refresh, the idea was to create a simple yet stunning dining room with plenty of textural details. This dining room showcases textural simplicity at its best.
The gorgeous walnut Franklin Dining Table by Jay Miron with its architectural legs, was the starting point for this design. To offset the wood of the table, Karla chose the Stay Dining Chair from the SE’ Collection III by Designer Nika Zupanc. The round velvet back and gold trim details add a luxurious feel to the space and repeat the gold of the Drape Hook Pendant by SkLO. Douglas Glass vases by French Designer Francois Azambour on the table and on the Emerald Credenza by Sholto Design Studio offer a subtle pop of color.
For the table setting, Karla chose pottery by Janaki Larsen. Each unique, handmade piece adds a textural element to the space without taking away from the art of the furniture. Keeping with the maker element of the space, Karla chose thick linen napkins and added gold cutlery for a touch of glam.
Floral arrangements from Our Little Flower Company focused on greens softened with white hydrangeas. They bring life to the space for a look that is festive but works even after the holidays are over. One of Karla’s favorite features of the space is a display of vines hung from the ceiling that adds an ethereal look.
- Designed By Karla Dreyer, www.karladreyerdesign.com
- Photography By Myshsael Schlyecher Photography, www.myshsael.com
- Furniture and Accessories, SwitzerCultCreative, www.switzercultcreative.com
- Pottery, Janaki Larsen, www.janakilarsenceramics.com
- Florals, Our Little Flower Company, www.olfco.ca