This image is the work of one of my favourite Interior Stylists, Marie Olsson Nylander. I have serious interior envy over her personality bursting home, and this is her dining room. I am a particular fan of the huge angled mirror, placed on the floor. I love the way that the space is enhanced by it, giving reflection to the opposite wall, and another beautifully hung grand mirror. Marie makes great use of reflective materials in this room, glass and plastic add shine and reflection giving a light hearted, stylish relaxed atmosphere. The white flowing palette emphasises the mix of furnishings, which add contemporary charm amid classic architectural elements, such as the ceiling rose. This room fills me with a sense of grandeur of proportion, Marie has chosen big objects (Light fitting, Vase, Head figure, Mirror and The table) that produce an eclectic mix of styles, respecting both classic and contemporary styling to produce timeless eclecticism. I love the blush pink colour of the 60’s style chairs, they soften the drama created by the black tones of the table and industrial light fitting, bringing an attractive warming quality, as does the large reflective vase on the table. This dining room shows a beautiful blend of styles, combining materials of the past with a modern orientation, I just wish the ceilings were this high in my house!