347 Vessel Faucet Dining Design Photos

Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
2013 Holiday House NYC
Ideabooks296
Questions0
Tip: Stagger candlesticks with different heights between bowls of moss and vases of traditional red roses. The key to pulling this off is placing vessels of all different sizes across the table.
Tip: Stagger candlesticks with different heights between bowls of moss and vases of traditional red roses. The key to pulling this off is placing vessels of all different sizes across the table. Porcelain: Bardith; rug: antique, Beauvais; textiles, trimmings: custom, Christopher Hyland; furniture: Newel
Tip: Stagger candlesticks with different heights between bowls of moss and vases of traditional red roses. The key to pulling this off is placing vessels of all different sizes across the table. Porcelain: Bardith; rug: antique, Beauvais; textiles, trimmings: custom, Christopher Hyland; furniture: Newel
“green for study” — swede2010
Fredman Design Group
8 Reviews
Dining Room
Ideabooks180
Questions0
The dining area includes a live-edge, reclaimed wood table, a blue vessel holding indigenous grasses and sliding glass doors that do double-duty bringing the outside in. Photo cred: Nick Novelli
“Love the 2tone live edge table” — tbharucha
Sightline Art Consulting
11 Reviews
Living Room
Ideabooks173
Questions1
A ceramic vessel made by a local artisan sits atop the table in the reading nook of the living room. Photographer: Angie Seckinger
“Table in nook with rug.” — Julie McRight
Rizzoli New York
Rooms to Inspire by the Sea by Annie Kelly beach homes houses
Ideabooks5,587
Questions8
9. Make a simple summery "tablescape." Fill clear glass vessels with sand (top with tea lights if you wish) and line them up down the center of your dining room table. Fill in the gaps between the vessels with pretty shells and smooth stones.
“the shells and sand on the table” — Bev Meehan
Martha O'Hara Interiors
90 Reviews
Woodland Road West Dining Room
Ideabooks9,701
Questions11
What are the vessels on the table?
What are the vessels on the table? Unusual artwork, I love them!
“Built inns” — abstractthinker
Abramson Teiger Architects
9 Reviews
Davis Residence
Ideabooks2,442
Questions5
LOVE that faucet! Who makes it?
There are a number of manufacturers of pull down kitchen faucets. The Tara model by Dornbracht is quite nice: http://www.dornbracht.com/en/Products.aspx?preferredItem=4089DB0B66CC465091392C490B19989C Suggest that you try your kitchen faucet before you buy it because it is something that you'll be using
“Chairs in back” — plajh2
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Feldman Architecture
Ideabooks11,933
Questions7
Could you please tell me who manufactures this kitchen faucet. It is exactly what I am looking for. The pre-rinse with the pot filler combined. Thank you very much! Suzi
Here's the link to the stainless steel finish, that is now available. http://www.houzz.com/photos/12426386/Kraus-Single-Handle-Pull-Down-Kitchen-Faucet-Commercial-Style-Pre-rinse-in-S-S-modern--
This modern addition on a more traditional house fuses the two styles. Reclaimed wood and divided space meets an industrial faucet, smooth floor and large doors that open the dining are to the outside.
“Table” — lidwicke
Joshua Smith Inc
London Terrace
Ideabooks37
Questions1
white vessel
“Mesa” — deetorres
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