Becki Owens Dining Room Beauty

Happy Tuesday!

I’m so excited that my good friend, Interior Designer, Becki Owens has been sweet enough to share her dining room with all of us today.  I’m always updating my home and love seeing how some of my talented friends have designed their very own spaces.   Becki’s dining room is one I adore and her chandelier is so pretty.  I’m currently looking for a new dressy chandelier and this piece with it’s texture and beaded draping really stands out.   I love Becki’s fresh bohemian/coastal style and I’ve told her at least a million times or so.  When I first met Becki it was when she was completing a project in Menlo Park, California.  She asked if I’d like to join her and watch her finish the install process.  Of course I told her I’d be there with bells on.  She is so fun and we’ve become great friends as a result.  We have similar tastes in that we adore polished, elegant spaces but hers reflects something I had not really introduced that much of in my own home.  Her boho/chic style mixed with all that I love combines for the perfect, unique twist on sophisticated living.
Living in San Clemente, Ca has provided Becki with the perfect backdrop and setting to share her relaxed coastal style.  This dining room with the most gorgeous Fiona Chandelier has the perfect amount of texture to balance the leather and wood Safeviah- Fes Arm Chairs she has surrounding her dining table.  The table is an old piece that she painted herself in Benjamin Moore’s, San Antonio Gray and I love the way it sits against her floors.  Becki kept the Belgian Linen Drapes a beautiful white tone which blend with her walls and instead allows the curtain rod to stand out with it’s gorgeous antique brass color.  Love it!  As you can see below she completes this elegant room with fresh pink flowers and a Fiddle Fig Leaf Tree.
It’s a wonderful space Becki!   Hugs and thanks for sharing!  xo

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