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Get the Look: A Modern Farmhouse Venue in Los Angeles

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If ever you’ve thought about recreating one of the most gorgeous venues in Los Angeles right in your very own home, you’re not alone. We’ve been considering ways to pull off such a feat as well! So much so that we recently teamed up with Chairish – the design lover's online source for chic and unique decor, art, furniture and home decorating inspiration – to put together the ultimate shopping and styling list for turning your dining space into Lombardi House part two. Whether you’ve been considering a revamp of your gathering space for the holidays, or just want to switch up some of your home accessories, we’ve got you covered.

With towering ceilings, a light and airy feel, and hints of industrial styling, Lombardi House is one of the most popular venues in LA. But it wouldn’t be hard to recreate this look in your own home, garage or gathering space. Start with a sun-filled room, add a fresh coat of white paint, some cool vintage pendant lights, and a rustic wood table and chairs with modern lines. Et voilà! A Lombardi House of your very own. Not sure where to grab the goods? Don’t worry. We got you.

Stayed tuned for more guides on recreating your favorite venues, hotels and restaurants with Chairish.

Reporter: Alyssa Brown
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Pair of Vintage Industrial Pendant Lights

They say it takes two to make a dream come true, right? These dark gray mid-century enamel shades have a few scuffs of wear, but show their age well (they’re from the 1950s/60s, after all). Imported from Europe, they’ve already been re-wired and are ready to hang in your dream dining space.
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Roost Liege Teak Dining Table

Kind of obsessed with this teak dining table from boho brand Roost. The waterfall shape and thin lines make it ultra modern, while the natural wood surface hints at a rustic, storied past. A former showroom sample, this Liege dining table is a perfect complement to your bright, modern space and vintage pendant lights, a la Lombardi House.
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Set of 4 Vintage Wood Folding Chairs

A good, sturdy set of vintage folding chairs is exactly what you’ll want in your Lombardi House-inspired dining space. In fact, you might even decide to keep an extra set on hand for when guests drop in for the holidays. These European style Oak chairs should do the trick. Made in Pennsylvania back in the 1970s by Snyder Chair Co., these bad boys are in awesome condition and were recently varnished to be weather-resistant too. They’re sold in sets of four, but go ahead a snatch up as many as you need for your gathering space.
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Mid-Century Green Water Glasses

All that holiday wine isn’t going to drink itself, y’all! The best tabletop settings are a collection of old and new, with dashes of color thrown in the mix. This set of eight mid-century goblets give off just the right avocado green glow, making them a fab addition to your vintage collection.
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20th Century Industrial Green Enamel Pendant Shade

This collection of five hunter green enamel pendant shades have that gorgeous industrial look you can only get with a genuine vintage set. Yep, there may be some pitting or spots of age, but that only adds to the authenticity. A word to the wise: you’ll want to get these guys re-wired and hung by professionals so they all sit at the same height, just like the uniform look of Lombardi House’s light installation.
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Modern Style Wood and Iron Dining Table

Tiny home people, this is one of those pieces of furniture you’ve been scouring the Internet shops for. Made by Charleston Forge, this dining table also adjusts to a coffee table height! The iron base and timber tabletop gives it a modern look, just like you’d see at Lombardi House. Only this version is versatile enough to use in your dining space or your lounging zone.
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Hobnail Milk Glass Goblets

Vintage milk glass is just the prettiest addition to a table. You could easily use these cute little goblets as drinking glasses or vessels for flowers. There are two larger and two smaller glasses, so they’d look gorgeous scattered down your rustic, wood table and filled with sweet smelling florals.

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