The Dining Room at Foxcroft Estate

Welcome to the dining room at Foxcroft Estate! While designing this room, I was very inspired by my grandmother’s country style. I’ve always loved her Warren Kimble prints and cozy design choices. I was also very obsessed with the idea of a red and green color scheme without feeling “Christmasy.” I think this goal was achieved! My father-in-law built this incredible built in banquette with hidden storage and we uncovered the original wood paneling that was underneath some very thick wallpaper from the 90’s. Keep reading for details on all the products featured in this room!


We partnered with Farrow and Ball throughout the entire home. We used this beautiful green called “Green Ground” to freshen up the original wood paneling. Green is one of my favorite colors and I incorporated many different shades of green in this room.


Almost all of the furniture in this room is from Apt2b. I’m obsessed with the Lancaster Dining Table and beautiful leather Earl Dining Chairs. The sofa, coffee table, and area rug are also from Apt2b. The hutch and marble side table are vintage finds from a local shop called The Picker Knows.


This fabulous wicker and brass Issa Chandelier is from one of my favorite lighting companies, Mitzi. It’s the perfect blend of country and modern and ties everything together so nicely.


All of the gingham pillows on the banquette as well as the sofa are from one of my favorite brands Heather Taylor Home. These pillows make the banquette incredibly comfortable and add so much color and pattern to the space.

Art and Decor:

All of the art in this room is vintage. My mom found these incredible prints at an antique shop in Pennsylvania. They are so charming and have so much character. The plates flanking the tv are a Warren Kimble thrift find. The piece on the shelf in our mudroom is a thrift find from Many Hands Thrift Market. I wanted to incorporate a lot of wicker in this room, so I collected vintage baskets from thrift stores and antique malls for a very cottagey feel. The paper flowers on the dining table were made by me. These were fun and easy to make and are a great option for a year round floral arrangement. Inside the hutch, I have a collection of colorful McCoy vases.

Photography by Madison Kim-Poppen