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I love the chicken coop light pendant. Any others available?
Love the mix of chairs. Where are they from?
Love the table base & mixed chairs
love the natural look, the bark table, all natural elements
not in this room. A Wooden Architectural Fixture would be better here.I do love it tho'
If you prefer neutrals to color, no worries. Just remember the fifth — and to me, the most important — tool: Mix, mix, mix! This lovely, calming dining room gets its allure from its mix. The rustic ladder, the
I love this table! (well, not in silver)
I love this whole room. Mirror and chicken
A local artisan made the dining room pendant light using materials salvaged from a chicken coop. “I love the eclectic feel of mixing old and new, repurposing items and using them in unexpected ways,” Shona says. Table: Sequoia Dining Table, Z Gallerie; dining chairs: Marshalls; mirror, lighting: Blue
Carole Meyer www.carolemeyerart.com
Where does furniture come from? Love it
what kind of plants are in the big pots? Love that!
What kind of artwork is this? I love the shiny greens in it! Would love to do something similar to hide a wall do you have a link to see this in details?
Love that art work. Did you do it. Looking for something to put outside against a wall
Carole - LOVE THIS!!! You are extremely talented
Jasmine. This is the shady area with European Hornbeam trees behind the tall wall that give this area lots of shade. These Evergreen jasmine seem to love it here and do very well....the scent is wonderful when they bloom.
love the teak furniture and the print background
Patio seating idea. I like the planters on either side of the love seat
Jerry Jacobs Design, Inc.
love the look what color are the walls painted?
I love the chocolate color. Beautiful.
color. Still not loving how much the black shiny rectangle jumps off the wall? Camouflage your TV with a background wall of black, brown, navy, charcoal gray — any dark color of your choosing. This room takes it all the way with the black stone fireplace and ebony floors. I especially love the recessed niche
Love the crown molding and the ottoman.
I don't know.... i just love this look.
I actually really LOVE that yellow!!!
I love the chocolate color of these shelves. It's very reminiscent of Albert Hadley.
These shelves are so beautifully organized, but would even work as a more bohemian set-up as the books more haphazardly situated. The rest of the room is so classic and organized (LOVE how the tv is sleekly
Rachel Reider Interiors
What's this wall color? love it!
Would love to know the wood floor manufacturer and style.
Love the railing! Is it painted or stained? What is the color / brand?
Will you please share who manufactured these doors? They are lovely!
Love this entry. Try Sherwin Williams' Canvas Tan, SW7531.
ble and a vegetable dye is not likely to bleed. Traditional Turkish and Persian rugs for a pattern that won't show dirt (or wine!). As much as I love grass rugs, they are kind of fragile for entries. Good Luck!
Love the chandelier but for a guest room maybe? Love the black doors
Love the Baluster / Stair Rail
I absolutely love the banister. Where did you get it?
Love the black door and stair rail!!!!
Love the black rail with white spindles
sarah & bendrix
Love the chairs, please tell me where to purchase them. Thanks
love the valentine wall. It could also be framed "special" cards through the years. - - Like so many things, I wish
The more hearts the better! I love the idea of picking up hearts in various places and framing them to create a wall full of love. Even better would be if they all had handwritten love messages on them.
I "heart" hearts so this collection really caught my eye. I love the mix of frames, different backgrounds and sizes...all with a unifying theme.
Lover. Do you have one shape you just love that you keep seeing again and again? A circle? A leaf? A rainbow or a heart? Think about how arranging images of one shape can look together.
Cortney Bishop Design
Where did you find the rug? I love the patterns and colors, it's so different from anything I have found.
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Love the eclectic decor, and warm tones.
love the crate in corner, for blanket storage? nice mix of "things".
Love the room but not the beams
Love the low stools, could double as side tables
The home of Bianca
Love the lights, where are they from?
I love mid century and contemporary mixed together
The tulip chair with Eiffel legs. That's what I call it. I love the look but it isn't that comfy. Plus I've only seen plastic repros of it. I'd really like it in fiber glass. Also love the dresser cabinet. Has a 50s vibe. Modern but retro.
I love all of the furniture they are
wanted me to have it, so he donated it, and we absolutely love it. It still works,” Kempenaar says.Pendant lamps: Bertjan Pot's Random Light, Moooi; chairs: Eames armchair, Vitra; table: MDF Italia; pink vase: Hella Jongerius for Ikea
Kempenaar loves midcentury Dutch designers, particularly Cees Braakman
Kempenaar loves midcentury Dutch designers, particularly Cees Braakman for Pastoe, and furnished much of the space with pieces from that era. "There’s just something about Dutch design that I really like,” she says. “Perhaps it’s the craftsmanship. To design furniture in the 1950s that's still up-to-date
Girl bed room
Love the Rug. Where is it from?
I love the idea of a colored border or trim by the ceiling. Is this actual moulding or just a fun paint color on the wall
I too, would love to know the dimensions of this room!
Love everything! Colour scheme, furniture, magnet board
love shelf beside the window - great for books and storage boxes
love all of this for TESSA!!!!
love the magnet board on the wall
came into the home, something much less loved went out. We worked hard at not hoarding toys, books and other kid-related items. I have yet to meet a family that isn’t suffering from too-many-toys syndrome, and yet it's all relative. Some folks show their love through material things. I get that, but
your children’s things: Do they love it? need it? use it? Ask your children to answer the same questions but help them understand what those questions actually mean. Define “need” as something that helps them get through their day, like a jacket or a toothbrush. Define "love" as something they adore above