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Room Of The Week :: A Thoroughly Romantic Dining Room

I won't lie, my friends. Today's post took quite some time to come together. You would think that I just have a whole stack of Room of the Week ideas ready to go (and I do have a few) but the truth is, most of the time I take a look at them and ... *yawn*. I mean, these rooms are meant to inspire! They have to be just what I'm needing in the moment! So hours and hours of searching later... I give you this week's appropriately romantic, glamorous, classic and tasteful, Room of the Week...

romantic dining room in pale peach and blue with gorgeous wood floors and dramatic chandelier | via coco kelley

romantic dining room in pale peach and blue with gorgeous wood floors and dramatic chandelier | via coco kelley

Sweet heavens, am I right!? Who wouldn't want to be dining in this gorgeous room this weekend? (Me me me me me me!) It's absolute perfection, as far as I'm concerned. The blend of antique and modern, the hint of color, and the layers to make it feel cozy instead of stuffy...

romantic dining room in pale peach and blue with gorgeous wood floors and dramatic chandelier | via coco kelley

romantic dining room in pale peach and blue with gorgeous wood floors and dramatic chandelier | via coco kelley

romantic dining room in pale peach and blue with gorgeous wood floors and dramatic chandelier | via coco kelley

I'm certain I'd just spend hours in this room - dining, and drinking and entertaining old friends until the sun came up.

romantic dining room in pale peach and blue with gorgeous wood floors and dramatic chandelier | via coco kelley

romantic dining room in pale peach and blue with gorgeous wood floors and dramatic chandelier | via coco kelley

romantic dining room in pale peach and blue with gorgeous wood floors and dramatic chandelier | via coco kelley

And of course those stunning floors and architecture are certainly helping it all. I honestly don't think I'd change a thing - not even all the little accessories and modern art touches. How about you?

photography by jesper florbrandt