Accessories to Elevate the Dining Room

Why wait until Sunday night for a grand dinner when you can serve up sophistication any day of the week?

State of the Art

Designer Susan Lachance of Susan Lachance Interior Design turned this au courant dining room into a creative endeavor. “We took a boring dining room and transformed it into a work of art,” says Lachance. “The walls are composed of precision-cut pieces of Brazilian rosewood, bronze, and clear mirror. The furniture is a combination of natural walnut and bronze frames with taupe velvet upholstery. Throughout the house, colorful art and sculptures balance with the neutral color scheme.” Boca Raton 

Lingering Effect

Designed to be a brilliant statement maker, Tech Lighting’s Linger chandelier ($2,504) boasts a modern interpretation of the sputnik style that includes multidirectional glass and acrylic cylinders. Capitol Lighting locations 

Clear-Cut Winner

The Interlude Home Tristan acrylic Klismos chair ($2,928) is the perfect seat for those looking for greater transparency in their environs. Sklar Furnishings, Boca Raton

Puka Pizazz

Gold-colored brass pukas with hand-set stones and a jaunty tassel make the Joanna Buchanan raffia-wrapped napkin rings ($98 for set of four) a svelte and sassy take on beach chic. Callidus, Palm Beach 

Taking a Shine

Blue Pheasant’s Liliana collection ($172 for five-piece set) lends the bamboo trend a luxe, polished-gold finish. Market, Vero Beach

Brush with Greatness

The pattern of the hand-painted Limoges porcelain pieces from Paris-based Marie Daâge, such as this lace filigree–inspired Maille plate ($125), can be customized with more than 60 colors. Mary Mahoney, Palm Beach 

Shake Up

Premium Italian Carrara marble strikes a lovely contrast with the gold-plated steel in these Anna salt and pepper shakers ($150). The Decorators Unlimited, Palm Beach Gardens 

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