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Eclectic Dining Room
Ideabooks470
Questions2
put feathers in clear ornament balls - customer thankyou idea
faux hide orange rug adds a splash of bold color for him, while floating feather ornaments from Roost add a delicate and stylish touch for her.
Bubble it up. Show off a favorite feather inside a clear glass ornament. The shorter, fluffier body feathers work best for spheres because of their curved
curved shape, while a stiff tail or wing feather would work best in a tall, slender ornament. Add the ornaments to the Christmas tree or keep them up all year round over the kitchen table, as this homeowner has done.
“Breakfast table” — rhondared
roomTEN design
5 Reviews
Lake Michigan Retreat - Dining Room
Ideabooks1,533
Questions6
Mid Century modern meets arts and crafts - this dining room combines numerous influences for a layered, textured approach. Tyler Mallory Photography tylermallory.com
we worked with a glass artist to custom craft it!
forms. Simple, clean lines in table- no ornamentation.
Chairs. modern + arts and crafts
modern chairs with arts and crafts table
cool example of arts and crafts and contemporary... interesting cabinetry, molding
like the idea of a little arts and crafts elements love the stained glass and chandelier
“country chic-chairs” — Urban Source
Christopher Burns Interiors
1 Review
A Modern Gem
Ideabooks11,326
Questions5
dress with small crystal ornamental pieces of different sizes to tie in the chandelier. The carpet will then tie in with the grey in the lighting. . One other thing that could be done is remove a few books and strategically place them diangke vertically and pop on a few ornamental peices using the books
this works, . Carpet clashes with the chairs . Too many conflicting textures that don't complement the space . The chandelier is too invasive The ornaments are to modern for the style of the room. . Also not very clear what this room is used for, eg reading room, dinning room etc. Things that could improve
Add a garland to your chandelier. This 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
“Bookshelves” — pamholloway
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the gudhouse company
3 Reviews
Linden Hills Farmhouse
Ideabooks2,306
Questions3
red ornament
Christmas tree ornaments.
white ornament...blue ornaments
“paint” — Rachel Schwartz
Alice Lane Home Collection
4 Reviews
Private Residence
Ideabooks6,026
Questions14
Tree Sticks in large vase and add ornaments.
Christmas ornaments tree
twigs and ornaments...Christmas ornament
“The wood!! The beams!!” — nicole7233
LUX Design
14 Reviews
Soho Condo, Toronto
Ideabooks1,629
Questions2
blue ornaments
Christmas Tree Ornaments
ornaments in bowl
“sort of what you have planned in foyer?” — 664gpa
the gudhouse company
3 Reviews
Linden Hills Farmhouse
Ideabooks1,180
Questions2
blue ornaments
red ornaments...white ornaments
“Half wall panels” — robynlhill
Quezada Architecture
Lovell Residence
Ideabooks6,943
Questions12
linear horizontal proportion hovering above the floor is a commanding gesture. Its object-like nature is reinforced by the clean surfaces, free of ornament and hardware. The architects have used touch latches to maintain a face free of distractions — a great technique when using the cabinetry as divider
linear horizontal proportion hovering above the floor is a commanding gesture. Its object-like nature is reinforced by the clean surfaces, free of ornament and hardware.
linear horizontal proportion hovering above the floor is a commanding gesture. Its object-like nature is reinforced by the clean surfaces, free of ornament and hardware. The architects have used touch latches to maintain a face free of distractions — a great technique when using the cabinetry as divider
“Beams” — stanleyrodgers
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