This space was converted from a bedroom into a dining room in the 1980s. The original door (where the clock is located) was sealed up and the wall that ran parallel to the living room was removed. We decided to open up the space even more by taking down the wall that separated the dining room and the kitchen. We ran all new red oak hardwood floors through the space and decided on the iconic George Nelson pendant light.
This sunny design was inspired by the warm, earthy tones of the floor and the vintage sunburst Lux clock. We found the teak sideboard and dining set at an estate sale and the braided rug was gifted by a local mid-century collector who knew we were searching (unsuccessfully) for one. Inside the sideboard is a mix of local Colorado pottery from artists Angus Graham, Jamie Kelly, John Cohorst, Michael McDowell, Ari Arenfeld, Lyla Arenfeld and Pop Tiki.
Design: Danielle and Cole St. Peter | Photography: JC Buck and Danielle St. Peter
Shop the Look: Bernhard Peters and Son Credenza - Vintage // Skovmand & Andersen Teak Dining Table - Vintage // Dyrlund/Nova Teak Dining Chairs - Vintage // George Nelson Bubble Lamp (Large) from Design Within Reach // Braided Rug - Vintage // Lift Off No. 3 Print from Jan Skácelík // Lux Starburst Clock - Vintage // Panther TV Light + Planter - Vintage // Various Colorado Pottery (see artists above) // Gainey Planter - Vintage // BIGARRÅ Plant Pots from IKEA // Paint - Decorator’s White from Benjamin Moore // Plants: Cacti, Aloe, Crassula Ovata ‘Hobbit’ Jade, Philodendron Hope Selloum