10 old fashioned rocking horse Dining Design Photos

3 Fold Design Studio
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Wimberely Retreat
Ideabooks8,739
Questions8
Where can you get the horse painting in the background?
The clients purchased that at High Fashion Home in Houston.
Horse painting...old stone, interior...B Rock and beam...white rock wall...Limestone rock
“Dover split face stone” — Valerie
Charlie & Co. Design, Ltd
13 Reviews
Dining Room
Ideabooks140K
Questions69
the back wal is wal paper or is rock wal ?
It's 135 year old stone form the existing building.
pretty much the same one too, also purchased in Japan. Almost 20 years old now though. They were expensive to buy back then in Japan, no idea what they
Like the rock wall. Will it go out of fashion?
end of a dining table is covered in rock to create a one-of-a-kind focal point. The juxtaposition of the rough rock, candlelight, sleek furnishings — with
can't buy this. It's 130 years old....This stone wall is 130 years old
“Table” — robingouldsoil
Living2Design
Castleberry Hill Loft
Ideabooks19,295
Questions3
Luv the use of old window as a room divider
Love how they used old window panels for a divider!
Rock the industrial lookGlass isn’t always about the sleek and modern. Here, a
Old windows sometimes show up on Craigslist and might make a terrific see-through
Old windows also repurpose into an inventive room or office divider. These reclaimed
Great way to use old windows
“Cool room divider” — megtom07
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Arkin Tilt Architects
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IdeaGarden
Ideabooks3,637
Questions6
It's custom made from recycled bowling alley - hence the old fashioned bowling pins. A great source material to make really long (and beautiful)
with old bowling alley stuff, get one of the gorgeous tables or desks artisans make out of old bowling lane wood.
table is made from an old bowling alley lane!
For a more attainable look with old bowling alley stuff, get one of the gorgeous tables or desks artisans make out of old bowling lane wood.
Table made out of old bowling lane...Table made from old bowling-lane wood
“Lighting trio” — inspirebalance10
FGY Architects
6 Reviews
Woodside Estate
Ideabooks368
Questions1
Please could you tell me where I could buy that beautiful chandelier and horse sculpture? Many thanks
I like the old-world feel of this space. Stone walls, French doors, wooden beams. Cozy
Mission style with rock inside...Inlaid beams in Rock walls
“Stone and doors” — rossgraham
Avocado Sweets Interior Design Studio
3 Reviews
Eclectic Stoke Newington Apartment
Ideabooks1,062
Questions1
japanese sand and rock garden on the ceiling.
Men’s tiesThis ample collection of ties has been displayed in an orderly fashion along the mezzanine. The array of colours and designs results in an impressive
backdrop for the owners’ personal pieces, including a collection of ties and an old traffic light. Evros made the light fitting from low-energy Plumen bulbs.
“Table 2” — hillsidelodge
Bret Franks Construction, Inc.
11 Reviews
NAHB Certified Green Home
Ideabooks783
Questions4
The table was a score at a local Antiques dealer (Fabulous FInds in Little Rock), and the chairs were my grandmothers. She found them at an estate sale,
the old fashioned feel of it all
“cortinas” — greygripas
Eclectic Dining Room
Ideabooks5,412
Questions3
tree yellow. Put in white vase with colored rocks. Put quotes on cards
down to Lake Michigan and collect rocks. On Thanksgiving dinner, we and our guest take a moment to write down on the rocks things we are thankful for. The
of the table is the Thanksgiving monument of rocks. It is fun to look back and read previous years rocks.
those paragraphs in full view at all times by displaying them in a creative fashion, such as hanging them on a branch you might find in your backyard.
those paragraphs in full view at all times by displaying them in a creative fashion, such as hanging them on a branch you might find in your backyard.
reinvent something beautiful. In this lovely vignette, a book tree crafted from old torn pages naturally coexists with salvaged palladian windows. A repurposed
“Window” — cathyglass1
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