In Chester County, PA, a family of six, required a main floor that supported their busy schedules and full house. Housing two working parents, two school-aged children and two furbabies, the residence originally failed to offer functional, fluid space for busy mornings, entertaining guests and family time. Additionally, Timeless Design identified a need for performance materials to enhance livability and minimize cleaning. In this 3 part blog series we will breakdown the our favorite elements from this multi-room project. In our last post we featured the kitchen, now we move onto the dining area.
Custom dining table - A custom designed and fabricated farmhouse table fills the space perfectly and serves as a beautiful focal point.
Chandelier - The new double wheel candle chandelier elevates the space and provides more light. The larger light fixture also highlights the reclaimed beams along the ceiling.
Design cohesion - The updated paint, curtains, artwork and rug emulate the kitchen's design aesthetic. Repeating the use of wood tones in the beverage center, dining table, and ceiling beams adds warmth and a cohesive look to the adjoining spaces.
Stay tuned for our next post, we will breakdown the transformation that took place in the adjoining family room. The Timeless Design team added impact and warmth to the most used room in this family's home.
At, Timeless Design, Kate FitzGerald-Wilks designs with the intent to make clients’ homes both beautiful and functional. A business owner and mom of three, she understands the importance of simplifying home maintenance and organization.
Interested in renovating your home? Send Kate a message to learn how Team Timeless can make your home more beautiful. Also, be sure to check out more photos from this project here.