A Divine Dining Room. Interior Designer: Mary Douglas Drysdale

The interior architecture of this dining room: the mouldings, inset mirrors, and plaster panels, make this a stunning space even without the beautiful furnishings within.  What brings the room to life, however, are the exquisite custom draperies: the inverted pleats of the soft valence and the way the striped panels fall to the floor.

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Author: Sarah Sarna

Interior Designer and Editor helping intelligent women unlock their style and own it, à la: decorating, fashion, beauty, and beyond.

  • I don’t usually like monochromatic room as much as ones with a more varied palettes, but this room is anything but boring! I love it!

  • Donna Vining

    Absolutely beautiful Sarah! I love this room. Who says a monochromatic room was boring?! The layering of details add so much depth.

  • She really is!

  • This room is stunning…and I have to say, Mary Douglas Drysdale is FAB.