McNabb & Risley Interior Design feature: A holiday home transformation in Cedarburg Wisconsin!

Posted on Nov 29, 2017 in Blog


The dining room offers a creative solution to traditional seating.  The rich leather tufted bench is comfortable and can easily be moved to the seating for extra guests.  The focal point of this space is the reclaimed wood dining table with an unique metal base and tapered legs.  The chairs were custom created for the setting and sport a classic charcoal and gray windowpane fabric.  The centerpiece on the table are three iron candleholders that are intertwined with a natural looking faux evergreen garland.  My clients love setting the scene for Christmas and all accessories, Christmas trees, garland, and Santa were discovered at McNabb & Risley's Holiday Open House Event!  The red Beastie is the clients' own.  

The nature inspired brass installation behind the dining table is actually four metal sculptures I hung in an overlapping cluster to look like one large piece.  I shaped the brass leaves to give the sculpture a three dimensional effect and I love the way it reflects the overhead lighting.  We added a contemporary art print to complete the area and provide a pop of color!

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