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Westergard Home: Entry + Dining Reveal

I am thrilled to be revealing a couple of spaces today from my own home! We started this project back in the throws of 2020 so this reveal has been a long time in the making. Throughout the next few months I will be showing off a few other spaces in my home.

First let's start with the entry, the first impression of a home! Let's talk about this backdrop, I mean you can never go wrong with some beautiful traditional wall paneling painted in Benjamin Moore's Chantilly Lace! Next I selected this long black console to fit the scale of this entry moment plus it has little brass details. I intentionally selected a round mirror to offset all the other angles in this spaces as a way to add balance. Additional texture, color + interest was brought in with the pom pom lamp, layered art, books and fresh branches in a vintage style vase.

Peeking through the entry mirror you get a glimpse of the dining room, which is right off of the entry. This space for me probably changed the most in terms of function because since we moved in it has been a blank canvas. The kick off point for this space a Farrow & Ball wallpaper I have been in love with for years! It is called Lotus in the colors Pointing/Skimming Stone and has this old world motif that adds the perfect amount of pattern without feeling totally overwhelming in such a large space. I also love the muted colors of the wallpaper so I was able to incorporate a super fun gallery wall full of color in this dining room! You'll notice I went for a more eclectic selection for this gallery wall with a mix of sizes + frames. The center piece is a total showstopper, with the art mounted on linen and housed in an acrylic box. The secondary art pieces are mostly in gold and black frames, consciously mixed to be balanced on each side. By adding at least two black and two gold frames, it helps feel cohesive while still being eclectic!

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Photography: John Woodcock


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