A sizable centerpiece, such as a greens-filled wood bowl, creates a strong focal point on a lengthy dining table.
“Our house is not antique, but the pieces I’ve collected over 30 years come together very well here. It just feels right”.
Above: Simple swags and window wreaths bring an oldfashioned feel to the dining room, which boasts a country-inn ambience. Between the windows, an antique one-drawer stand provides additional storage and display space for a vintage tree and wood boxes; ironstone and other dishware have a place of prominence in the country cupboard.
Right: Above a classic chest and horse toy, a reproduction redware plate announces the home’s holiday theme in the dining room. At right, textiles and a doll dressed in red embellish a peg rack that contrasts with the walls Tere keeps neutral to allow her period pieces and other country collectibles to shine.