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Eclectic Dining Room
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around with them everywhere they've lived since then. They enjoy collecting chairs to use with it.
The couple designed their table 20 years ago and have moved it around with them everywhere they've lived since then. They enjoy collecting chairs to use with it.
“Those chairs!” — Megan Dreyer
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Julie Smith
Into the Dining Room
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blues and grays (gray is my favorite color) and since all of my old paint colors had been mishmashed over the years, I decided to go with an actual collection. I also tested my paint colors for the first time and that made a huge difference.Julie: What did you do to make it yours? When did it really feel
I'm not sure if it's the rag rug, the cuckoo clock or the proudly displayed collections, but this dining room feels like a spot where a family loves to gather casually and comfortably.
“simple pendants” — dfloeh
Dreamy Whites
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eclectic. Try a mismatched flea market style for something collected and relaxed. Paint the walls a soft gray and keep the trim clean and white. Paint wooden chairs in a washed-out color (such as this distressed sage green) and display collected trinkets and flea market finds around the room. Display pretty
“it could be way cool to buy some tiles, put them on the ceiling & paint them white!!!” — iamamommyofthree
Sara Cukerbaum
Vance Lane Modern Home
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Kelly attributes her love for art and collecting handcrafted items to her parents. "My father did a variety of things to make a living while I was growing up, but was trained as an artist," she says. "I learned from both my father and my mother (who is a talented quilter and seamstress) an appreciation
appreciation for well-made, handmade things. Both of my parents are also very good curators of objects, and they helped me love carefully displayed collections."This geometric painting in the dining room is one of Kelly's original pieces.Ceiling pendant: Petra Pendant Lamp, Crate & Barrel (no longer available);
“Konyhaasztal” — gasparszalka
Kaylovesvintage
Dining area
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Kay Loves Vintage has a great collection of mid-century pieces, including this happy mix of Eames chairs and the PH5 Light.
side chair version. The chair comes with these wooden dowel legs, Eiffel legs, more simple metal legs, and it also comes in an armchair version. The collection shown here is one of my favorite Eames furniture images; thanks so much to Kay for posting it on Houzz. See more Eames Molded Plastic Side Chairs
“Chairs” — lisamcg74
Nanette Wong
My Houzz: Patience Rewards a Family in Berkeley
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Though spacious and open, the house lacks storage and “everything ends up being on display,” says Lisa. “We love collecting little, small things, so we’ve been practicing putting interesting vignettes together.” As a graphic designer and the owner of a stationery company, Good on Paper, Lisa has a hearty
Though spacious and open, the house lacks storage and “everything ends up being on display,” says Lisa. “We love collecting small things, so we’ve been practising putting interesting vignettes together.” As a graphic designer and the owner of a stationery company, Good
“Like the shelves” — L W
Kathryn Ivey Interiors
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DC Residences
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4. Classic dining chairs. Choose one style chair you love and commit to collecting a full set over time. Perhaps you need only two or four in your first apartment, but you can add more of the same style as needed when you move into a larger space. What to look for: Look for a recognizable style so you
you can add to your set over time. Chippendale (shown here), Windsor and modern shell chairs are all collectible options that come in a wide range of price points. If you shop vintage, be sure to inspect the chair for cracks and other damage, and measure it to be sure it will work with your table and
“black and white” — scr2410
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American Modern Thomas O'Brien
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West Village, New York, loft had a significant collection of French modernist furniture, but O'Brien mixed in other classics to make the space feel like a home rather than a museum. He paired the Jean Prouve dining table, an important piece in the collection, with Eames chairs and a Noguchi lamp, American
“Light fixture.” — jonathanj_za
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