French Country Dining Room with Craft Area

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Introducing a coastal haven where elegance meets relaxation in this French Country Dining Room with Craft Area. The designer has curated a space that's perfect for everyday use and stylishly hosting guests. With placeholders for your dining set, chandelier, and rug, the room is ready to embrace a harmonious coastal charm. The Ashley Buffet from Pottery Barn adds storage and complements the natural wood tones, while the Suzanne Kasler Geneva Low Console serves as both an art area for your daughter and a stylish console for other occasions. Adorned with new plate ideas, the plate wall adds character and whimsy to the room. Picture ledges proudly showcase your children's framed artwork, infusing the space with warmth and personal touch. The neutral Emery Linen Pinch Pleat Blackout Curtains elegantly frame the windows, creating a serene atmosphere for meals and conversations. The carefully selected Dolcetto Rectangular Expandable Dining Table and Dayna Side Chairs from Spacejoy and Ballard Designs exude comfort and sophistication. Enhancing the inviting ambiance is the Felicity Chandelier by Ballard Designs, while the Jute Ticking Black Handwoven Jute Rug from Burke Decor adds texture and warmth. Completing the French Country aesthetic is the Faux Green Magnolia Leaves Branch from West Elm, Artisan Hand Painted Earthenware Vases, and Traditional Bird Framed Paper Prints from Pottery Barn. Designed with attention to detail and functionality, this dining room is a space where memories are made and cherished.

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I have zero design skills so working with a top Spacejoy designer to transform our master bedroom was exactly what we needed. The designs were stunning and being able to see our room transformed in 3D made it so easy for us to decide what we wanted. Thank you Spacejoy for this wonderful experience!

Caroline Sferruzzo

Raleigh, NC

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