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Louise Roe's Canyon Hideway Dining Room for Less

Louise Roe dining room

Louise Roe is known for her personal style, but one look at her home and it's obvious her sense of style infuses all aspects of her life! Her 1962 house has neutral tones with wood and terracotta floors, plus lots of bright light via the large windows. Given its canyon location, the home has the feel of a tree house surrounded by lush trees, but it's anything but glam. The room that caught my eye is the dining room which is a sophisticated take on the 70s inspired entertainer's den.
The space stays true to the mid century modern architecture with a warm palette, metallic and gold accents and minimal pops of color. It's a space that will be forever classic and doesn't lend itself to trends, instead timeless pieces that will last. The tree-house feel of the space allows for the decor to stay minimal and neutral, but if you're opting for a similar looks sans the trees outside, then splurge on a fiddle fig tree to bring the outdoors inside.

When it comes to interiors, I always love spaces that are pretty but practical. Something I can show off but also use and this space does just that. Shop for the key pieces in achieving this glam entertainer's dining room for less:

Louise Roe dining room look for less

1. Savana Rug, $425 (75% off now)
2. Pendent Lamp, $4.99
3. Clear Chair, $79
4. Dining Table, $249
5. White Facet Vase, $9.99
6. Fabric Curtain, $30
7. Dining Chair, $199
8. Gold Leaves Panel Wall Art, $99.99

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Dining room photo credit via Domaine Home
I've been looking for a rug just like that! Love it!
#1 Andréa Christine (Homepage) on 2014-12-14 13:42 (Reply)
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