Get the Look: Chinoiserie Dining Room by Meggie H. Interiors

Design by Meggie H. Interiors


Hi Everyone!

It has been less then a week but it feels like it has been ages since I’ve posted on the blog. I think I win the award for worst blogger ever because the only good photographs I have taken and shared from our trip so far are design and entryway details that I love and tourist-y selfies of me and my husband. It has been so nice to relax and travel just the two of us and I really tried to consciously slow down a bit and soak it all in. Thank you for your patience in the meantime.

We still have a few days left on our trip, but I came across this dining room by Meggie H. Interiors on Instagram a few days ago and fell in love with it! Meg Hosler, the founder of Meggie. H Interiors, describes her style as New England meets Palm Beach and her blending of traditional pieces with bright colors and fun, bold patterns is spectacular. I immediately started looking up sources to get inspiration for my own house and wanted to share some of them with you.

As soon as I started tallying everything up, I quickly realized that to attain the dining room look wasn’t outrageous, but it definitely wasn’t cheap either (even with some DIY shortcuts). So, I decided to hunt not only for ideas for the Dining Room look, but I also created a Living Room style board below with ways you could recreate a similar look in a living room on a much more affordable budget. The linen arm chair is a splurge, but I have had my eye on it for a while and I have heard across the board that Society Social pieces are worth the investment.  However, these pillows would look fabulous on literally any color sofa or chair you already have as long as the furniture itself isn’t already upholstered in a busy pattern.

I had so much fun searching for ways to re-create this contagiously beautiful dinging room by Meggie H. Interiors and I hope it helps inspire you too!


1. Chandelier // 2. Benjamin Moore Paint // 3. Drawer Pull // 4. Chair // 5. Wallpaper // 6. Place Card Holders // 7. Flatware // 8. Dragon Fabric



1. Pillow // 2. Table Lamp // 3. Coasters // 4. Celadon Jar // 5. Side Table //  6. Pagoda // 7. Chair // 8. Finial


We visited Rome yesterday which was chaotic but gorgeous and today we are off to tour the Old Town of Corsica, the birthplace of Napoleon Bonaparte. Have a great rest of the week!




P.S. Did anyone else laugh at the fact that out of all the names featured in the sample place card holder, they chose the name Chuck? And to our friend Chuck, (who I doubts reads this blog, but just in case…) we love you and I’m sorry, but it is a hilarious selection to pair with ginger jars. I probably would stuck with traditional, Charles.


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