1,776 store Dining Design Photos

Celia Bedilia
15 Reviews
Decorating with Vignettes
Ideabooks1,162
Questions0
green leaf and drop it into a glass jar — then fill the jar with water and float a tea light on top. Or use lengths of birch bark (available at craft stores) to wrap the outside of a jar or candleholder, and fasten them with twine.
green leaf and drop it into a glass jar — then fill the jar with water and float a tea light on top. Or use lengths of birch bark (available at craft stores) to wrap the outside of a jar or candleholder, and fasten them with twine. 6. Make beachy candles with mason jars and sand. Filled partway with sand
additional birch candles - can get the wrap at craft store; fasten with twine
green leaf and drop it into a glass jar — then fill the jar with water and float a tea light on top. Or use lengths of birch bark (available at craft stores) to wrap the outside of a jar or candleholder, and fasten them with twine.6. Make beachy candles with mason jars and sand. Filled partway with sand
“candles” — Lynda Hathorn
Sheila Rich Interiors, LLC
25 Reviews
Spring Lake-Dining Room
Ideabooks1,208
Questions4
and free of mold. Storing bulbs before potting. Handle bulbs carefully at all times. They should not be dropped or subjected to extremely high or low temperatures. While it is preferable to pot newly purchased bulbs right away (especially prechilled bulbs), bare bulbs can be stored for several weeks
storage may be the best way to go. Place the bulbs in a mesh or paper bag with holes for ventilation. You can store them in a vegetable or crisper drawer in your refrigerator, but don't store them in the same drawer as ripening fruit or vegetables, which give off ethylene gas that can harm the bulbs.
“Bench by window” — Anjali Karia
SFGIRLBYBAY
sfgirlbybay
Ideabooks8,854
Questions6
people constantly asking what the wall color is when it's white?? Yes I realize there are many shades of white, but seriously people, go to the paint store and get some samples and figure it out. What you see on a computer screen is not necessarily going to work on your walls.
"I love my dining room table. My mother gave it to me and she's had it forever. It's an 18th century French farm table, with long drawers, to store baguettes!"
certainly acceptable if the space doubles as your workspace. This charming desk with drawers is something you can snag for a steal at your local thrift store. Just make sure the height is comfortable for dining.Tip: Jazz up the desk with modern chairs, and keep a small storage console close by for additional
“Chalkboard!” — shelbysmom4
Joi
Dining Room
Ideabooks3,415
Questions7
Joi collected the plates over time from big box stores, antique shops and thrift stores. When it came time to hang them, she took a picture on the floor of the plates in a rough layout, used "invisible" hangers that adhere to the back of the plates and referred back to the photo as she hung them up.
Joi collected the plates over time from high street stores, antique shops and charity shops. When it came time to hang them, she took a picture on the floor of the plates in a rough layout, used ‘invisible’
“Plates” — kenne4y
A+B KASHA Designs
Normandy House
Ideabooks1,110
Questions2
cabinetry is easy to wipe clean, and a butcher block countertop adds a rustic counterpoint. Open shelving houses serveware and dishes, and upper cabinetry stores food. Dining chairs: 1960s Italian leather and chrome; table: Mario Bellini for Cassina
lacquered cabinetry is easy to wipe clean, and a butcher block worktop adds a rustic counterpoint. Open shelving houses crockery, and wall cabinets store food. Dining chairs: 1960s Italian leather and chrome; table: Mario Bellini for Cassina
easy to wipe clean and a butcher’s block benchtop adds a rustic counterpoint. Open shelving houses serving ware and dishes, and the upper cabinetry stores food. Dining chairs: 1960s Italian leather and chrome; table: Mario Bellini for Cassina
“Awesome dining room table.” — deviboy88
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Lyndsey & Steve
Ideabooks13,746
Questions18
takes a lot of time and patience to get your home just right."Paint: Caviar, Sherwin-Williams; pendant light: Lamps Plus; midcentury chairs: antiques store in Hudson, New York
current popularity of charcoal and black is they allow a person to surrender to a dark room and have it look awesome, as shown here. Our local paint store has a color consultant available at very reasonable rates, and if I could turn back time I would have hired someone at the start. The money I would
current popularity of charcoal and black is they allow a person to surrender to a dark room and have it look awesome, as shown here. Our local paint store has a colour consultant available at very reasonable rates and if I could turn back time I would have hired someone at the start. The money I would
“Antlers” — rachelmrazo
Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
Ideabooks10,411
Questions18
What is the best way to store silver serveware?
Silver flatware is best stored in a silver chest or a drawer of a credenza or buffet that's lined with felt and has dividers for separating & organizing your cutlery. Any store that sells silver flatware will have a selection of silver chests - typically
artist, but you will be surprised what you can come up with after some practice. Find a large, pre-stretched canvas at a thrift store, buy Oops paint from your local hardware store and experiment with different brush strokes. You might come up with a modern masterpiece.More: A Gallery Wall for Every Pe
“white walls, light chairs, mirror, art” — allisonnew
Christopher Burns Interiors
1 Review
A Modern Gem
Ideabooks11,133
Questions5
Most of the glass we buy is vintage. There is a wonderful store in NYC called "End of History" They have a huge selection on vintage glass.
Multiuse dining room. I was just trying to figure out how to store the art supplies cleverly and discreetly in the dining room which is really our creative work space 95% of the time and a formal dining room the other
can be anything from evergreen boughs to strings of beads from the craft store. It’s an easy way to add a festive touch.You can also try switching out your small lampshades. I recently scored brand-new striped mini shades at ReStore for $2 each.
“Love the book shelf” — Bri Echols
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