ASID Dining Room Vignettes
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Unique dining room vignettes professionally designed by designers from the American Society of Interior Designers.
Inspiration: 40s Hollywood Glam
Designer: Joyce Clegg, Allied ASID, Daydream Incorporated
“If this Dining Room was a woman, it would be Bette Davis.” Joyce has always been a fan of film, old and new. But there was a time in Hollywood when glamour was over the top, opulence and elegance was king, and no one apologized for being “over the top”.
In this post-recession time, America is coming back to being unabashed in its love of glitz, sparkle and luxury. Joyce reflects this sense of beauty, sensuality and even a little humor, all wrapped up with a modern twist.
I don't know about you, but I’m not quite ready to pack up the outdoor lanterns quite yet. And what better way to celebrate early fall weather than dinner under the stars? The pairing of opposites ... “reclaimed” mixed with “luxurious” inspires the concept of “Rough Luxe”. It is “a study in contradictions”. Enjoy an unforgettable al fresco dinner!
Art Lover’s Banquet for the Senses
Designers: Mary Jo Hren, Allied ASID, Essentia Interiors, Ltd.
Eva Warren, ASID, Dazzling Interiors
MaryJo@EssentiaInteriors.com and email@example.com
www.EssentiaInteriors.com and www.dazzling-interiors.com
Inspired by the rustic weathered beauty of the Sun Buffet and Joanne Neal-Berndt painting, the designers, Mary Jo and Eva, reimagined the dining room as a space to display art and collectibles. The Corbin Bronze statue of a young girl, playful as girls can be, suggested a more whimsical treatment of the dining room furnishings realized in the lively color palette of the Kilim rug and eclectic collection of chairs and tableware.
Mid-Century Modern Elegance
Christine Coleman, Allied ASID, AKBD, The Design Box Interior Design, LLC
Mid-Century modern style is a growing trend thanks to “Mad Men”, but most people don't want to live in a home that looks like it’s stuck in a time capsule. So Christine added elements of elegance to this resurgent style by adding items that reflect a sophisticated yet vintage appeal. Pops of color speak to the true mid-century style while the crystal chandelier adds an unexpected sense of indulgence to this minimalist design style.
Designer: Katerina Bolshakova, ASID, KB Design
Inspired by the poetry of seasonal change, I wanted to create a room that could easily be transformed from Spring to Fall, or from mood to mood, by changing the accents and accessories.