The bright, airy white walled space at Spain Ranch in Tulsa is exactly the kind of sleek, minimalist interior we’d love to see you recreate at home. We’ve teamed up with Chairish to help you scope out the accessories you’ll need to successfully mock-up something similar in your own home. While you may not have a Scandinavian barn to revamp, your dining space may need a little attention and we’ve got ideas to spare.
Start off with a fresh coat of white paint, using black for trim and for the ceilings, creating instant drama and drawing the eye right up to your high ceilings. From there, you’ll want to hang modern Scandinavian style lighting pendants. Then, you can set a modern glass table surrounded by clear chairs to keep the space looking airy and uncluttered. From there, just add friends to fill the room with chatter and laughs.
Louis XVI Ghost Chairs by Phillippe Starck for Kartell
The sleek, minimalist look of a Louis XVI ghost chair sets a tone that’s so, so modern. Say goodbye to the bulky wooden dining chairs of yesteryear and swap in a set of these Italian-made armchairs by Phillippe Starck for Kartell. All twelve are still brand new and in their boxes.
These cylindrical metal pendants by Jo Hammerborg are straight from 1950s Denmark. There are five available and they each come fitted with a brass canopy and thick black cloth cord, so it’s easy to accomplish that sleek, collected look that’s synonymous with Spain Ranch.
Prefer to save space with an armless set of ghost chairs? These guys are stackable and sold in a set of four, so you can store them easily as back-up chairs and know that your dinner guests will have plenty of arm room.