The dining nook is one of my favorite spots in the house- I love the way all the windows give it such a bright, open feeling. The table had been in the family for years but it was a dark and dated wood, so we had it re-finished and painted bright white and paired it the fog French bistro chairs by Serena & Lily. We also added the marine sconces for a coastal touch and mixed in vintage pillows, which sit on a striped fabric from Africa that I think gives the space some soul & a little more depth. Tip: we had the seat fabric laminated (a matte vinyl treatment) so there is no sweating spills or messes made by little ones!
Sources for Dining Nook: Chairs: Serena & Lily | Sconces: Rejuvenation
Family Room & Dining Room
Throughout the family room and dining room we set a crisp, clean foundation with primarily white upholstery paired with light natural woods. One of my favorite pieces is the custom tray ottoman we designed for the family room- it’s super functional but also looks amazing as the centerpiece of the room.
Living Room Occassional Chairs: Redford House | Coffee Table Ottoman in Family Room: Custom design by Rita Chan Interiors
I am obsessed with the way the office turned out! The centerpiece is this amazing reclaimed wood desk, which is the perfect anchor to give the room a sturdy sense of purpose and warmth, and I love the way it looks on the striped black & white rug- it’s classic and adds some subtle contrast which we also played up through light touches of black in the accessories.
We also created a little sitting area in the window with neutral tufted chairs, punched up with some green in the pillows and fiddle leaf fig tree… and if you could only see the amazing gold pendant light we installed after the photoshoot! Finally, I am all about re-purposing, which we were able to do with the console table that we transformed from a shabby chic antiqued wood to bright happy white that now feels hip and updated, with one-of-a-kind personality!
Sources for Office: Desk: Juxtaposition Home | Chairs: Lee Industries | Pillows: Studio Mcgee | Rug: Jaipur Living
The goal for the master bedroom to be a peaceful, serene retreat. Most of the pieces we selected have an organic, natural vibe but are still refined and elegant feeling, such as the woven abaca pendant, carved natural wood nightstands, woven bamboo sheers on the windows, and the reclaimed wood bench with a seat made of vintage saris.
Sources for Master: Woven Abaca Pendant: Made Goods | Nightstands: CFC | Bench: Made Goods | Headboard: Lee Industries | Bedding: John Robshaw | Lamps: School House Electric