screened in porch with built-in-bench seating. could use with a table like this for dining, or no table and just to relax and sit on with an open room
trying to decide if the different heights of the wing chairs and the height of the banquette/settee are in sync or not as I'm thinking of doing something like this myself. I think it works here because the horizontal line of the back of the banquette is consistent with the island counter. Something to ponder. Pretty room tho'
used tinted wood stain to give it the driftwood/limed wood look. I had a can of this color of stain leftover from some of our floor projects at Lexington. The color name escapes me, but it was pre-tinted and by Verathane brand. After a few months of solid use I am more than pleased with it and not a scratch, oil spot or scuff can be seen even though it is a flat finish
Rue Magazine (January/February 2011). Decorated by Jess Constable. Photographed by Emily Anderson.