Welcome back to another installment of The Cottage Project! Today I'm sharing the dining room. My client loves to cook and entertain, so her dining room is an important space.
If you look at the exterior of the home, you can see the large, floor to ceiling, bay window
with white sheets: the dining room.
Here is the before shot from the doorway of the kitchen. Since this picture was taken, the ceiling has been
re-plastered, and the wood floors were stained.
Her three large windows need special attention. When I saw the treatment on the bay windows designed by Milk & Honey Home, I knew it was just what the cottage needed.
Sheri also loved this chandelier I proposed.
Back to the tour...
Here is the view if you look to your left. The original architectural details in this house are amazing.
When you look to the right, there is a door to the attic, more built-ins, and a door to the pantry/basement.
There is a lot going on in this room before we do anything to the space. Including textured walls. For this reason, I kept the design plan very simple. There is no art, because the architecture and windows will be art enough. The space combines the neutral, old world feel that Sherri loves,
with the cottage that the home truly is.
I'm sure we will make tweaks to the design, but I love the relaxed, yet beautiful, direction we are headed. Just click on the links below to see plans for the other rooms in The Cottage Project.