by Megan McDonough
It’s the perfect place to share good meals and conversation with friends and family.
Interior designer and stylist Ginny Macdonald’s
“My main inspiration for this room, and the house in general, was heavily taken from having grown up in the U.K.,” Macdonald, of Ginny Macdonald Design, wrote in an email.
The designer, who now lives in Los Angeles, incorporated a mix of vintage furnishings and contemporary accents to create a curated look.
While the dining table and Eames chairs are new and speak to a midcentury era, most of the other pieces of furniture are flea market finds,” she said.
For dining room chairs, don’t be afraid to mix and match styles.
“Start off by selecting the main pieces, whether it be the dining table or the chairs,” Macdonald advised.
“If you choose a modern dining table, then look for vintage chairs, and vice versa.”
With a comfortable woven seat and a classic design, this chair has a timeless appeal that will complement any dining setting.
Upholstered in velvet this is a key piece for your classic lounge or bedroom setting.
Macdonald was planning to swap out the art deco-inspired light fixture that came with the house, but she decided to keep it after receiving compliments.
This Mr Price Home metal and glass hanging pendant will suit an urban living space and home.
Looks great above a kitchen island or dining table, whether hung individually or clustered in a group.