Before we conquered the living room… the Pearl Street dining room and entry had already fleshed out into a nice, easy flow.

My favorite element of this space is how you can see directly back into the kitchen and butler’s pantry… and how the areas relate to each other.

An MQuan ceramic curtain hangs on a dividing wall.

We kept the color neutral to add texture, but we didn’t want it to compete with the splashes of pattern peeking out elsewhere.

We added a floating credenza to the staircase wall on the right (and soon we will have more photos, because we are adding a photo gallery to ascend the entry).

You can see that both the kitchenette, as well as the butler’s pantry both have the same wallpaper, which is a nice tie in to the two spaces.

Natural textures ground out the main dining space, and a custom upholstered bench ties in the blue from the kitchen cabinets.

The art reminds the client of family trips to Hawaii, and adds to the overall elevated bohemian/eclectic/island vibe!

It took a few tries before we landed on this light fixture, but as soon as it was in… we knew it was “the one”.

It even mirrors the gold petals in the wallpaper! I love secret design innuendos!

On the opposite wall, a HUGE circular mirror gives the room some depth, and an architectural palm tree adds interest.

Working off of the same earthy color palette, with punches of blues and greens… the entry reveals┬áthis sweet little spot with a leather and steel bench from Garza Marfa, and some vintage pieces from 45 Three Modern Vintage Home and Nickey Kehoe.

Available Sources:

Ceramic Curtain: MQuan

Floating Credenza: Candelabra

Dining Chairs: H.D. Buttercup

Dining Bench: Organic Modernism

Dining Table: Organic Modernism

Mirror: Similar at Rejuvenation

Chandelier: Lumens

Rug: Serena & Lily

Entryway Bench: Garza Marfa

Pillow: Similar at Anthropologie