casa montagna verde dining room

Happy Monday! I have not one, but two rooms within the illustrious (and imaginary) Casa Montagna Verde to share with you this week. First up: the dining room.

DiningListing+FloorplanKeep in mind that this space is part of one room which contains the living, dining and kitchen. So the design is really a continuation of the themes you saw in the living room.

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I picked up on the grey and purples that came out in the living room elements. Here’s the breakdown:

Pendants – Remember that these pendants are strung from the beams of this room from the living room all the way to the kitchen.

Walls and Floors  – same as living room, for continuity sake.

Table – The anchor of this design is this fabulous table made of travertine. I love that the shape is modern but it has a classic, simple feel to it, don’t you think?

Chairs – I found these grey upholstered chairs with a brass base and just loved the pairing.

Center piece –  Since Italy is know for its glass, I figure I would amass a fabulous glass bottle collection to display center table. These are from White Swan on Etsy and, my favorite, Joe Cariati.

Settings – I found and fell in love with the combination of a Black Charger from World Market, the Alabaster Glass dinnerware from Vietri (obsessed with this!), a gilded rim stemless glass from Antropologie and the Cinta pattern from Huddleson Linens for napkins.

I’d also want to stock this vacation home with the Lastra Gray dinnerware from Vietri which I’d pair with these linens by Ecru Atelier  and the Bellezza espresso cups to create a sweet breakfast setting.

Console and Sconces – This console would go on the wall with the view under the window. These ornate sconces from Etsy store Ognetti Veneziani would frame the window and do a nice job of balancing out the mid century vibe.

Door– On the opposite wall there is a door from the entry terrace. I would scour the countryside for a gorgeous carved walnut door like this.

Cabinet – The kitchen is relatively small (it’s just one wall) which is ok since it’s a vacation home but we’d need additional storage for all that delicious tableware. Hence, we’d have a nice classic armoire beside the door for dish and linen storage.

And that’s it! Things are moving along. On Wed we’ll take a look at the kitchen.

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