10,178 Baby Accessories-2 Dining Design Photos

Mediterranean Dining Room
Ideabooks7,191
Questions6
The small table separating the 2 rooms
Table accessories sofa table
table accessories...Table accessories
“View” — jblunt
LORRAINE G VALE, Allied ASID
19 Reviews
Lorraine Vale
Ideabooks6,625
Questions16
Beige is a great backdrop for an eclectic room with lots of color. It's warmer than bright white, and it doesn't compete with the accessories and furniture the way another color might.
IdeabookEmail Photo Beige is a great backdrop for an eclectic room with lots of color. It's warmer than bright white, and it doesn't compete with the accessories and furniture the way another color might.
Beige is a great backdrop for an eclectic room with lots of color. It's warmer than bright white, and it doesn't compete with the accessories and furniture the way another color might.
“Dining room” — shonjo
Linda McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris Home
16 Reviews
City: Kirkland Residence
Ideabooks15,553
Questions17
Love the 2 side tables under the chinese paintings.
Silverware makes for a classic traditional dining room accessory. Sure, it needs a little more care, but when polished it reflects sparkling light beautifully. Go with a full candelabra for a very traditional
flowers and foliage for a dinner party. Carry the silver through to a vintage coffee set displayed on a sideboard for a beautiful and practical accessory.
“Drape placement” — rickcher
Emily McCall
Vintage and modern dining room
Ideabooks6,046
Questions11
looking for this old reclaimed pine dining table with 2 drawers we can help. We recently created this for a customer, very similar to the image above. I hope this helps! http://www.ecustomfinishes.com/shop/farmhouse-tables/harvest-table-golden-brown-with-2-drawers/
i like the accessories for the built ins
Neutral and good shelves for accessories
2 leaves and gets huge. restoration hardware
“Table” — sonatrice
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Woodside Guest House
Ideabooks5,685
Questions17
the wrong color but I love the color I think if If I accessorize it right it will bring it together, My thing is what kind of paintings and table accessories do I get the gold on table edge is setting me off I do have a crystal chandelier in the room but it just seems blah with the blackish grey tile floors
more traditional, if you dont think they will work, just let me know what will or any suggestions you may have. I need to tie things together with accessories on the table and maybe some vases?
Hi, The area occupied by the living room is roughly 14'-9" x 20'. The desk, which is wat I think you mean by the nook, is 4'-6" wide by 2' deep. The entire room which is bisected with an implied 5 ' walkway that comes from a central hall off of which, on either size, is a bedroom, bath and
“Floors” — mrsrrobinson
Megan Crane Designs, Inc.
4 Reviews
Contemporary Dining Room
Ideabooks1,871
Questions5
Schonbek Quantum Silver 35 1/2" Wide Crystal Chandelier
Accessories on the buffet
Living 2
“Pretty table here with slim chairs” — scout4u
Lisa Petrole Photography
3 Reviews
The Coach House
Ideabooks1,662
Questions2
Masters Chair, Set of 2, Black
There’s no rule that says you have to limit your collecting to accessories. This assemblage of black chairs is a lovely example of collecting items that you will use and enjoy every day.
2. Different chairs, same color. Sort of like the trend in bridesmaids’ dresses to have the ladies pick their own dresses as long as they are in the same
There’s no rule that says you have to limit your collecting to accessories. This assemblage of black chairs is a lovely example of collecting items that you will use and enjoy every day.
2. Different chairs, same color. Sort of like the trend in bridesmaids’ dresses to have
“Unexpected and witty” — sonmit01
Edwina Drummond Interiors
9 Reviews
Edwina Drummond Interiors
Ideabooks5,500
Questions6
stripe produces the same effect with much less work. Step 1. Purchase eggshell or satin-finish paint tinted to the desired color of your stripes. Step 2. Paint the entire wall or area with a paint roller and your tinted paint. Wait for it to dry before you continue. Step 3. Use a yardstick and a pencil
along the pencil lines to border the unmarked stripes. Press the tape down firmly to prevent the glaze from bleeding underneath it. Step 6. Mix together 2 cups of the paint you used on the walls, 4 cups of glazing liquid and 1 cup of water. You may need to make more of this mixture depending on the size
“Blue Walls and Buffet” — missy7373
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