When McGrath Interiors began this project on a two-year old home in West Chester, the first impression I got was that there was a dichotomy between the formalness of the house, and the relaxed, updated feel that the clients wanted … Continue reading
This West Chester dining room had a traditional/formal feel from the previous homeowner, which didn’t suit the style of my clients. They wanted a more relaxed, yet elegant feel that would work well with their beautiful table and chairs. We changed out the chandelier to one with wrought iron and wavy glass, painted the walls in a base of dark brown and glazed it with a subtle copper metallic finish. The windows were framed with simple panels made out of a beautiful linen blend with taupe embroidery. Artwork and accessories were redone, but kept to a minimum to allow the focus to remain on the few beautiful elements, and the people that will use the room.