We all instantly fell in love with the idea of a burl wood dining table so the search was on and when AllModern got involved we found the perfect one. The chairs, also from AllModern, are a gorgeous ivory complement.And lest we forget, here is a peek at the before…
AFTERThe color palette came together rather magically for this space. We had the burl dining table, the chandelier, and the fabric for the blush drapery all chosen as we started to look for art. My friend Lou Mora later sent me an email with a line sheet of his latest pieces, that would soon be available for purchase, and I couldn’t show Mandy fast enough. The colors, the mountains, the dreamy layers, we were all sold right away. We had him print a custom extra large version of the artwork and once on the wall, it tied the colors of the space together just right.
To see all the tours and progress of the Moore Residence project, check here. And there’s more to come!
Also right now you can shop an AllModern curated sale here that is alllll about this room!
Shop the Look: Dining Table from AllModern // Dining Chairs from AllModern // Dining Armchairs from AllModern // Chandelier from AllModern // Artwork by Lou Mora via Shop A House in the Hills // Vases by Heather Rosenman // Drapery is custom
Interior Design by Sarah Sherman Samuel
Interior Architecture by Emily Farnham
Landscape Architecture by Terremoto
Photography by Tessa Neustadt
Built by Bronstruction and Johnston Vidal Projects
How did they clean the copper there? Did it have to be ground/sanded or was a chemical cleaner used? Did they then treat it with any sort of coating?
Sarah! Everything is incredible, it’s been so fun to watch from the beginning! Question, in the Architectural Digest video there is a little bar cart in the dining room, do you know the source?
This is absolutely gorgeous, but what happened to that beautiful old monstera? I hope you found a loving home for him 🤞
I LOVE every inch of this house. I know the drapes were custom, but can you share the fabric details – it’s beautiful!
Love the Lou Mora print! What size is in the dining room? 30×45 or 48×72? Hard to tell how large that table and wall is for scale. Thanks!
Currently renovating my mid century home and love the glass sliders in this one! Please share the source:)
Wondering – there doesn’t appear to be floor trim in the house now? If not – what would you call that? I’m interested in knowing more about it.