A simple dining room in a 19th-century Italian Victorian house in Hudson, New York, won a Considered Design Award in the living / dining category this year. The owner Brigitte Gfeller washed the walls in pale gray and created a neutral backdrop for a no-frills tableau of farmhouse furniture and industrial lights from Workstead. An industrial chandelier is an unexpected item in contrast to a farmhouse dining table and chairs. Three boards made of reclaimed wood are sewn together as art above the mantelpiece, which gives the room a cozy atmosphere, although there is no fireplace. The dishes are a masterpiece too – these are pieces in the beautiful antique French style, and the candle holders are also vintage but Scandinavian. Find out more about this gorgeous space below!