A Juan Pablo Molyneux Tour de Drive
“The eating room, my favourite room within the house, was designed as a singerie,” AD100 decorator Juan Pablo Molyneux instructed Architectural Digest in March 2004. (Singe means “monkey” in French, and certainly, that very animal might be glimpsed on the close by drapes.) This eating room is the truth is Molyneux’s personal, and is situated in his famed Parisian house in Le Marais. The picket chairs are Italian.
One Northern California Eating Room
In February 2004, Architectural Digest featured this eating room (in addition to what it seemed like pre-redesign). Adorned by AD100’s The Wiseman Group, the area possesses an equal dedication to conventional decor and a red-toned colour palette. Yellow flowers sprout from blue-and-white vases to lend an additional glow.
A Eating Room to Make Anybody Inexperienced With Envy
In January 1986, Derry Moore photographed this minty piece of eating room perfection. The room was utilized by its occupants for extra formal events. A crystal chandelier, blue-and-white vases, and a richly appointed carpet all add to its luster. Held on the partitions are work by Jamie Wyeth.
A Seventies Inside by Mario Buatta
Mario Buatta actually did love floral eating rooms. The May/June 1976 concern of Architectural Digest featured one other one among his escapist interiors through which purchasers might dine collectively. Situated not removed from New York Metropolis, the nation home made for the right setting for a Waterford chandelier. The chairs are painted white and have a wheel-back construction.