The clients instructed Rochele Decorating to push them out of their comfort zone with a unique look while designing a dining space to suit their passion for entertaining.
The room’s new design offers a modern take on 1960s décor, which was the inspiration behind this glamorous dining room concept. Interior designer Kate Festa opted for a bold feature wallpaper called Switch, which references Andy Warhol’s famous pop art of the ’60s, and serves as a visual anchor for the room. Black and white vintage-style prints also nod to a nostalgic sensibility, while a copper buffet and accessories add warmth and sophistication to the room.
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Every keen host needs a spectacular dining table, and the custom-designed concrete table that Kate sourced, which comfortably seats eight to 10 guests, is perfect for large dinner parties, and offers a modern style note. “A glamorous pendant and an unrivalled black mirror that hangs audaciously over the buffet completes the confident vision,” says Kate.
Photography: Longbow Productions