The house owners of this 1930’s Tudor-type, Shaker Heights residence sought to broaden and enhance upon the home’s original kitchen layout. A crystal chandelier by sculptor Donald Lipski presides over the eating room, the place Catherine Memmi aspect chairs encompass customized-made glass-prime tables; the photograph is by Andreas Gursky, and the carpet was customized made by Stephanie Odegard Collection.
All properties should have a eating area to sit down and eat a meal whether or not it is an consuming counter for a small family, a kitchen desk or open plan dining room in a family residence, or a home with a kitchen nook and a formal dining room – or any mixture of these.
The eating room chairs include two originals by Maison Leleu, from Maison Gerard, as well as reproductions, all covered in a nubuck from Cortina Leathers; the resin-top desk is a customized design, the painting is by Christian Marclay, and five Italian pendants form a single gentle fixture.
For many people, our dining rooms are mixed with our kitchens or dwelling rooms and so it is onerous to present them an outlined style or design, whereas many individuals who do have a separate eating room typically overlook redesigning the area as a result of it is used pretty sometimes.
Circa-1935 chairs by Kaare Klint encompass the customized-made eating table, the chandelier by Frederik Molenschot is from the Carpenters Workshop Gallery, and the classic floor lamp was purchased on the Saint-Ouen flea market; the painting is by Marc Quinn, and the doorways and flooring are oak.