It seems like several years ago, I stumbled upon a small picture featuring a stunning Swedish dining table that didn't have a credit. The picture must have been 150 large by 200. Big enough to capture a persons attention, but considerably too small to see the room if you were interested. The picture was out of a magazine I believe, or off a blog, but I hung on to the picture because I loved it so much. I ended up stumbling across the picture after thumbing through Avolli's website. Avolli was asked a few years ago to participate in the Old York Historical Society Decorator Show House. Avolli was selected by Joyce Jordan Interiors as the primary supplier to her dining room. The room was decorated with spectacular painted Swedish distressed furniture. The dining room chairs and side chairs were all given gentle slip covers which brightened up the space. A Danish Bornholm clock was featured and lemon yellow & white striped drapes and yellow and blue china added some color into the room. The spectacular Swedish cupboard, chairs and gilt & marble console table and not to mention the dining room table which first caught my attention are marvelous to look at. Who wouldn't want this to be their dining room?