Again we visit the very talented, creative and visionary designer and prolific expert in the business for more tips on re-designing a dining space owned by Lynn and James Callihan and their young family. Both find it easy to re-model a 15 years old house to meet their functional needs after meeting the Myrtle Beach, S.C.-based interior designer Kimberly Grigg, CEO and principal designer in Knotting Hill Interiors.
The concept is to bring life entertainment, since the client is really fond of it. The dining room of the house is for urgent use of hosting guests during both casual and formal dinner parties, that is why it should look fabulous and also feel comfortable in order to save grace.
Kimberly works on things like conceptualizing the layout, furnishings, artwork, and lighting. The furnishing is carefully selected such as an antique, 3-pane display cabinet to complement the room’s elongated oval dining table with 10 Louis XIV-style straight-backed, armless chairs which create an elegant and super exquisite room to boast.
Kimberly also includes velvet-like solid cream fabric touches with a customized silky-blue appliqué of the Callihan name initials on the chairs’ fronts. The house is hugely complemented by Mottahedeh china with lots of white porcelain arts for its decorations. The space is set in blue with cream and gold accents on finishes and fabrics to appear rich.
Overall the space looks very grand in Parisian theme. The designer’s great mind and sensibility can really turn the dining space into a utilitarian, yet elegant dining space which will be perfect for any kind of festive occasions and parties. This space is absolutely luxurious and gorgeous worth a boast.