In the dining room, a massive antique oak table dominates the space. A breakfront made from antique windows keeps the room open and airy while neatly displaying a collection of ceramics. For less formal dining, the sunny breakfast area, situated in a pretty bay window, offers a light-filled setting with views.
“Since this space, as well as much of the interiors, consists of a monochromatic palette, you need to create depth and interest with texture,” says Webb. “The table already bore a gentle patina. And the chairs were chosen not only for comfort but also because they could withstand the day-in, day-out beating from a toddler.”