Get This Look: Fixer Upper Scrivano House Dining Room
Today we’re back to kick off the holiday weekend with another “Get This Look” idea post. Today’s feature is from one of the the latest Fixer Upper episodes and is truly unique and beautiful! We’re taking a closer look at the Fixer Upper Scrivano Dining Room and showing you how you can achieve a similar look in your own home!
The Scrivano House is a charming Tudor-style house that was originally already full of character. Joanna opted to preserve that original character and emphasize it with her design. Although the home has some bold elements, overall, the style leans more towards classic, traditional that blends well with the Tudor-style.
Let’s dig a little deeper into the Scrivano House dining room design itself.
Overall, the dining room has a really neutral color palette. Joanna opted to add wainscoting on the walls to enhance the character in the room. By painting the walls white and the trim a warm gray, all of the architectural details really stand out!
There is a lot of black and white in the space, but Jo warmed it up with the addition of rich woods, gold flatware, and textured elements throughout the space. The flatware nods to the beautiful gold and linen chandelier over the table.
In lieu of more traditional artwork, Jo added a large “Antiques” sign that nods to all of the beautiful colors in the room, seamlessly tying them all together.
Iron-toned metal chairs are warmed up with linen seat covers that also help to soften the lines and make the chairs feel less modern.
The overall effect in the room is a warm and cozy space that is perfect for hosting family and friends, but works equally as well for casual family dinners at home!
Below, we’ve rounded up similar or identical items from this space to help you achieve a similar look in your own home. Simply click any of the images below to learn more about each item. You may have to double-tap on mobile.
We hope your loving this latest season of Fixer Upper as much as we are!
Thanks for sharing. This is also one of my favorite designs from the Magnolia team. I would love to know the actual paint color’s used inside the house. Walls and trim? I can’t seem to find this information listed anywhere online. Thanks!