Cruising through the portfolio of New York-based interior designer John Loecke, I fell hard for this cozy dining room. First and foremost, I love the arrangement of the furniture here. It works perfectly with the oddly shaped room, and the sectional, round table, and upholstered dining chairs make for super-comfy dining. A careful combination of colors in the accessories here makes this room interesting to me. My favorite thing is how he's painted the door frame to match the Chinoiserie chandelier. I also love the natural light in this space. Those plants have an ideal home in that sunny window! Lucky for you, this room is easy to re-create with a few readily available furnishings. See my finds when you read more.
The first item on your shopping list should be a tole Chinoiserie-style chandelier like this Red Bells Pagoda Fixture ($1,500). Hunt flea markets and antique shops for this. Or, find one on 1stDibs.com by searching keywords "Pagoda" and "Chinoiserie." Whatever color it is, paint a door or window surround to match. If you like this lime green or have a specific color in mind, paint the light fixture accordingly! Here are a few more furnishings: