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Saturday, July 26, 2014

Dining: Statement Lighting

The light in my dining room is the main statement piece in the open living space of my house. It gets peoples attention straight away, most comments being about the size of it. You can see how each room joins into this space including a sneak peek of my dream kitchen (post to come soon).







The light is a David Trubridge 'Coral' 800mm . Usually once someone comments on the light I will switch it on for them. Like the entrance lights the pattern is amazing. At night time the pattern continues over family room and kitchen.



When choosing a dining set I knew a square table would suit the space best. I also wanted 8 seats to allow more space when having guests over for a meal. Whilst the chairs are white which may seem crazy with young children, they are leather and easy to wipe down. They stay much cleaner than our old suede look brown ones.

At Home Furniture (WA only): Urban Dining Table & Dining Chairs

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi Leanne,
I love the David Trubridge light! Can you let me know where you purchased it from and can you remember how much it set you back?
Thanks,
Coreena

Lime & Mortar said...

If you click the 'david trubridge coral' link above the photo it will take you to page to purchase it. I got mine from alti lighting near Perth as they didnt use to have buy it now option on his website. Hope this helps :)

Anonymous said...

That's wicked!

Andrea Cruz said...

Oh Wow! The photography is fantastic! It completely redefines my concept of excellent open floor plans. ^_^ Thanks for sharing...

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Kate Campion said...

Hi I love the look of the light! How high are your ceilings and also what is the height between the top of the table and the base of the lightshade? Thank you.

Lime & Mortar said...

My ceilings are 2.7m high and pretty sure we did 90cm between table and light

Kate Campion said...

That's great- thank you

Unknown said...

Just love the wall colour! Can you please tell me what it is? Thanks

Lime & Mortar said...

It's dulux silkwort 1/4

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