99 piece Beach Style Dining Design Photos

Kate Jackson Design
6 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks1,853
Questions2
feel like you’ll be living with every decision for the rest of your life. Sure, it makes sense financially and environmentally to acquire foundation pieces that will transition from your first home to your second, third and fourth. But that throw pillow is going to be around for only a few years. Same
Use mugs and accent pieces that all tie together the color palette
The china cabinet in the background of this image used to be filled with mismatched dishes and porcelain pieces. Jackson gave the cabinet a second life by removing the untouched pieces and filling the corner display with miniature oil canvases, vintage leather books and family keepsakes.
feel like you’ll be living with every decision for the rest of your life. Sure, it makes sense financially and environmentally to acquire foundation pieces that will transition from your first home to your second, third and fourth. But that throw pillow is going to be around for only a few years. Same
“Light over table” — dcntr1697
Tom Stringer Design Partners
2 Reviews
Michigan Summer Home
Ideabooks40,714
Questions35
Gorgeous sideboard! Where did you find such a beautiful piece of furniture?
Hi grandmabiergans, thank you for your interest! The buffet was a custom piece for our client.
Think of the sideboard as the precursor to modern-day kitchen cabinets, and you will have a good picture of what this piece looks like. It's long and waist high or a bit lower, with a surface for placing food on top, cabinets below and very short legs — or no legs at all
plank set atop trestles, or a shelf attached to the wall — a place to put food while serving. Over time drawers and cupboards were added below, as the piece became more important as a place for displaying prized possessions.
“Ceiling and wall treatments” — rmangold
Jules Duffy Designs
Sea of Blue
Ideabooks1,003
Questions0
Rustic piece thrown in with modern decor
Love the vintage touches and shabby pieces
Sonoma, California; its distressed, peeling-paint look comes from age. Thanks to her, the homeowners are now avid ironstone collectors and enjoy finding pieces to add to the rack.
Sonoma, California; its distressed, peeling-paint look comes from age. Thanks to her, the homeowners are now avid ironstone collectors and enjoy finding pieces to add to the rack.
“The rack!!!” — johnny1shot
Brian Watford ID
1 Review
Dining Room
Ideabooks2,978
Questions11
Is the moss broken up pieces from a larger sheet?
I can picture the small piece of a divider shown on the right side --- between kitchen and great room
4. Dining rooms. I love the way natural fiber rugs look in a dining room. I know they might be less than practical when it comes to falling pieces of food or drink spills, but I often suggest them regardless. Stains clean up easier than one thinks.
“Table/chairs” — Desiree Galli Grogan
Frederick + Frederick Architects
6 Reviews
dining
Ideabooks5,027
Questions9
I have a client that wants to plant an ALOE in a large glass CentrePiece - could you possibly tell me where to source such a beautiful pice ?
Table center piece...center piece
“puerta miji” — jmaqueda
Dempsey Hodges Construction
1 Review
Coastal Living Space
Ideabooks2,506
Questions7
LOVE these dining chairs with a traditional dining table. That chandelier would be amazing as well. Then we can do some sort of sideboard, or buffet piece with a couple of lanterns on it, or a large lamp.
find a great piece of art to focus the room around
Painted piece/console table
“Sunroom” — dcntr1697
WA design
9 Reviews
Stinson Beach House
Ideabooks4,358
Questions5
Need to ask Shana about that piece of counter. Maybe make a table!
Two pieces connected.
Joined pieces
“large windows” — tindill
Brandon Architects, Inc.
11 Reviews
Bayshores Drive
Ideabooks62,136
Questions75
where can I buy the 6 pieces of wall art on the back wall?
I love the table, chairs and hutch piece where can I get these, please. I LOVE this!
end chair and table center piece
have fine silver and it is tarnished, take the plunge and clean it. If you don’t want to use a toxic silver cleaner, try soaking your silver several pieces at a time in a pan lined with aluminum foil and filled with boiled water and baking soda.Decluttering tasks: As you deep clean today, think about what
“Woodwork, colors” — iam2radd
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