A vintage clock from Ann-Morris Antiques keeps time in the dining room; the banquette cushion is clad in a Great Plains fabric, the rosewood table is by Andrianna Shamaris, and the chairs are by Walters Wicker.
The table in the formal dining-room was once in a Paris library. It is now painted and mirrored, surrounded by antique chairs covered in green mohair. From the mirrored ceiling hang four identical chandeliers, a rare find from a church.
The paneled dining room of this São Paulo house decorated by Sig Bergamin features an heirloom Baccarat chandelier, a large work by Vik Muniz, a English table, and Louis XVI–style oval-back chairs made in the by Jansen.
Am I crazy for wanting my old chandelier back? The centerpiece of the dining room is a Louis XVI table and chairs lit by an Italian silvered chandelier. Displayed on the table are antique silver beakers from Dienst + Dotter.