This room may have been from the mid-1950s, but the style of furniture you see here was first in fashion two centuries before.
Vintage Williamsburg Restoration furnishings were used to decorate this modern semicircular dining room in a two-story-high space.
The room you see here was designed back in 1956/1957 by New York architect Livingston Elder, as an addition to a 19th-century country house.
Note how the soaring windows and curtains, an old gaslight fixture, and a floor of old waxed brick perfectly complemented the robust but elegant pedestal table and Queen Anne chairs. Their vigor and simplicity echoed the directness of the interior design.