In our latest installment of collaborations with Chairish, we’re taking a look at the elements you can use at home to recreate one of our favorite Australian wedding venues. The Estate Trentham is a Federation style home in a small Australian country town that dates back to 1902 and has fresh, bright white walls, concrete floors and dark wood beam ceilings. Stylist Lynda Gardner is behind the interiors, and manages to blend old and new in a way that feels modern, collected and even a bit Scandinavian.
We’re thinking this is a look you could easily pull off in your own dining room. With a fresh coat of whitewash for the walls, the addition of some raw wood details and just the right lighting and furniture, you’ll be well on your way to styling your own collected, vintage inspired space.
This American-made, French-inspired zinc tabletop rests on reclaimed wood legs and can be used both indoors and out. Reminds us of something you’d spot in The Estate, covered in gauzy linen and handmade ceramic tabletop wares.
Industrial Green Adjustable Round Wood & Metal Stool
Add a mix of collected, industrial style seating around the table to complete your vintage dining setting a la The Estate Trentham. A couple of these apple green based stools should help add a little surprise color to the mix, with beautiful wooden seats.
This reclaimed pine dining table was handmade in England and has a cool, whitewash x-frame base that gives it that old-world feel. Just add a vintage enamelware pitcher on top with freshly picked grasses and flowers from the garden.
1950s Vintage Industrial Hanging Pendant Cage Lamp
The cage lamps hanging in The Estate Trentham draw the eye upward to high ceilings with interesting architectural details. To accomplish a similar effect, check out this industrial hanging pendant from the 1950s, which comes with an Edison bulb for authentic vintage vibes.