black floral wallpaper

We have been working on this dining room transformation for several months, so I am so excited to share these photos with you guys!  I partnered with Pottery Barn to create this moody and romantic space that I hope will create memories and spark candlelit conversations for many years to come.

Originally the walls were painted navy blue and I loved how the darkness worked for the space.  The bottom half of the walls are wainscoting.  I thought a moody floral wallpaper on the top half of the walls would have a nice masculine/feminine balance.  

For me, the showstopper in the room is this gorgeous Scarlett Crystal Chandelier.  When it was hung, it instantly elevated the entire room.  

When looking for pieces for this room, I instantly fell in love with this Avondale Cabinet Buffet and then chose all of the other pieces around it.  It was delivered to our house and wow.  It was even more beautiful in person – so well made and sturdy.  Both Christian and I love it! From there we chose this dark wood Banks Table (comes in two sizes) and Faith Display Cabinet.

I knew I wanted a contrast between the table and chairs.  But I was still a little nervous to go with white.  I thought they would look beautiful, but I didn’t want to be the person fearing guests would spill on upholstered furniture.  After speaking with one of Pottery Barn’s designers from their free design service, I felt like if we went with Sunbrella fabric we could have the best of both.  Watch this demonstration on Sunbrella.  It’s kind of mind blowing!

The wallpaper finished being installed while we were in the hospital with Hudson (this train never stops moving, people!), and everything really came together.  I love that this is one of the first rooms you see when you walk through our front door. It’s dreamy!

anewall wallpaperannieglass salad platesisal rugmonique lhuillier glasscrystal chandelierblack china cabinetblack tuckernuck dresspalm leaf artblack floral wallpaperformal tablescapeanewallarch mirrorlucite lampswhite dining chairscandelabraschristian louboutin pigalle

photos by Viva Lux Photography

Scarlett Chandelier | Banks Dining Table | Calais Upholstered Side Chairs | Slipcovered Dining Arm Chairs | Annie Selke Rug | Avondale Cabinet Buffet | China Cabinet, also available here | Palm Leaf Shadow Box Art | Lucian Table Lamps | Distiller Arch Floor Mirrors | White Spike Coral | White Marble Place Card Holders | Linen Hemstitch Napkins | Monique Lhuillier Drinking Glasses | Faux Fiddle Leaf Tree | Anewall Wallpaper | Annieglass Ruffled Chargers

Thank you so much for reading.  Can’t wait to share tablescapes from this room on CBL in the future!

More room reveals coming this month – XO –

brought to you by Pottery Barn

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  1. LOVE. ~~Stunning~~. Also, obsessed with this palm leaf shadow box! Great pick for this space.

  2. Absolutely STUNNING!!!!! Where are the candlesticks and tall silver wine glasses from please?

    1. Candlesticks were my grandmother’s and the wine glasses are from a local home store that I registered for 8 or so years ago in Mississippi!

  3. This wallpaper is gorgeous!! I love how you stacked two sizes of plates on the cake stand in the display cabinet so it kind of looks like there’s a cake sitting on it, such a cute idea!

  4. I’m so glad to see this! I have the Banks table in the same finish and I’ve been searching for a buffet (I’m not crazy about the matching Banks buffet). The Avondale buffet looks like a great option- how well would you say they match in person? Thanks!!

    1. I think the photos depict the colors in person – so they are similar but not identical. I LOVE the Avondale – it is so gorgeous!

  5. I love that it turned out so pretty. Love it all but especially the sideboard and china cabinet pieces.

  6. Looks great! I have a PB table in the same finish (alfresco brown right?) so this is look is giving me some wall inspiration! Random question but do you notice the finish gets dusty? And have you determined a good way to clean the table without possibly ruining the finish? PB simply recommends a dust cloth (but some dinners can get messy!).

    Thanks as usual for sharing your life and home decor!

    1. I haven’t noticed it getting dusty but have just cleaned it with wood finish cleaner or a dust cloth! To be fair… I’ve only had it for a month or so.

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