This country dining room what we see today and that belongs to Jeanette Lindell, is a good example of how the color, or rather the absence of this, works miracles. In this space many objects of different origins coexist, however it has been achieved that the environment is relaxing and not mottled, as would have happened to combine different colors.
Everything is white. From the walls, ceiling and floor that delimit the space to the piano that rests next to the wall, even the swarm of frames that occupies a large plane next to the entrance. An example of how a cottage It can be bright without abusing the typically rustic.
There are several master plays that have taken place between these four walls. The floor is smooth and bright, as well as the walls also show a refined appearance. To break with such uniformity and provide a cozy point, the roof has been covered with a network of Wood Ribbons. This contrast seems very correct, it gives a very interesting dimension to the room.
The furniture has been painted or chosen in white, but it has not been completely transferred to this non-color: the table top has retained a tone of natural wood It clearly benefits the result. the small contrasts that we will see throughout the room are very subtle, but necessary. The choice of a bench as a seat on one side, aesthetically enriches the dining area, although having arms and being attached to the table is not too comfortable in practice.
On the table we see something that many scares surely, but that I especially like: a dry branch hanger which forms together with the crystal tear lamp. The straw color is neutral enough to attract attention without blurring the view. It is a declaration of intentions: the table is the soul of the room, the heart around which the room is structured, meeting point and attention.
In the background, next to the entrance we see a set of photographs. Another master move, as the frames are confused on the background and the colorful images create a soft collage That doesn't keep up. Imagine those same frames in different colors, or in dark tones for example; The effect would be very different without a doubt.
Near the window, a piano waits for all its musical potential to be removed from its strings, since the decorative has been squeezed to the fullest. Its upper area serves as support for various objects balanced with success, letters, silver, a bust and a mirror, together in good company in the heat of the melody. A phrase painted on the wall Give even more serenity to the corner.
Small details have great importance. Light glass lanterns are hung on the columns that light without overwhelming, and the cabinets are decorated with crowns made with green branches. In a corner there is a small work area where you can settle and write, and an armchair invites you to relax.
An interior with a leprechaun in which I not only imagine the daily life of the family that inhabits it, but I see myself relaxed, resting and laughing in this wonderful dining room full of peace.