In this radiant 1960s yellow dining room, the largest areas of color fell in two unexpected places — the shutters and the door — to create a flood of sunshine distilled by two yellows, Goldfinch and Lemon Peel.
Still in a golden vein, chair seats and the chrysanthemum-patterned wallpaper stepped up the glow, and there was no other color except white and nips of black.
Because the room was small, furniture was minimal and visually space-making, starting with a marvelous brass and glass see-through table that seemed to float.
Around the table were delicate bamboo-look chairs, and instead of a sideboard, a slab of terrazzo cantilevered from one wall to be a legless server.
A mirror in a mirrored frame reflected the glamour of the vintage chandelier with crystal flowers.