237 era Dining Design Photos

Becky Harris
The Little House on Cape Cod
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as well) Could someone tell me the history of this table? Mine supposedly came from my father's side of the family...I have had someone say that it's era of being built (circa?) is 1790-1830. I would love to hear from you regarding the history of your table. Thank you
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Great Pond
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time of this project. The wood is mostly 'sinker' cypress (so named since it has been recovered from river bottoms, many dating from the heavy logging era of the late 1800s and early 1900s). So well preserved, with beautiful grain patterns and rich color.
“Indoor tree supports” — robin129
Meghan Shadrick Interiors
Mystic River
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client’s family. The table is reminiscent of Eero Saarinen’s masterwork, but it’s from Ikea. The light fixture is new, but it’s a dead ringer for an atomic-era piece. The corner shelves hold pieces the client inherited from her late mother, and framed photos of Boston and San Diego flank the window. “We had
client’s family. The table is reminiscent of Eero Saarinen’s masterwork, but it’s from Ikea. The light fixture is new, but it’s a dead ringer for an atomic-era piece. The corner shelves hold pieces the client inherited from her late mother, and framed photos of Boston and San Diego flank the window. “We had
“Less is more.” — erleepen
BR Interior Designs
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Hip Family Dining Room
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Contemporary Tassels The art deco era was followed by a period of more minimalism in passementerie. As architecture changed, wood, glass and metal became fashionable materials, and tassel
Contemporary Tassels The art deco era was followed by a period of more minimalism in passementerie. As architecture changed, wood, glass and metal became fashionable materials, and tassel manufacturing dropped dramatically. In the early 1900s, Paris had more than 70 manufacturers of tassels, with only
“tassel accent metal contrast with fabric” — cainsugar
Shagreene
Chelsea Apartment
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says. At 36 inches including its leaf, “the deco table was tough to find," he recalls, "but it totally fit in the space.” The chairs (from the same era) were separate finds.
he says.At 36 inches including its leaf, “the deco table was tough to find," he recalls, "but it totally fit in the space.” The chairs (from the same era) were separate finds. A Roman shade constructed of Rogers & Goffigon Gasoline sheer-linen fabric sets a masculine tone.
“Hopsack paint by RL” — kshanahan
Deep River Partners
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Craftsman Home
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still be picked up in salvage yards. You can also find many reproductions of work by one of the most famous tile, glass and pottery designers of the era, William de Morgan.
still be picked up in salvage yards. You can also find many reproductions of work by one of the most famous tile, glass and pottery designers of the era, William de Morgan.More: So Your Style Is: Arts and Crafts
“MUY BONITOS LOS 'TILES' PINTADOS A MANO” — Rafael Lopez-Mobilia
Habachy Designs
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Habachy Designs
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Although we've never seen Zoe cook, I can see her with a dining room like this one. It has a very Tom Ford-era Gucci aesthetic. by Habachy Designs
Although we've never seen Zoe cook, I can see her with a dining room like this one. It has a very Tom Ford-era Gucci aesthetic.
“Kom” — seabstian
Adrienne DeRosa
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Jen + Raymond Cleveland, Oh
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2014 Houzz Inc. One thing that Jennifer can never seem to get rid of is her vast collection of vintage china. Ranging many different patterns and eras, the pieces lend a sense of comfort to their surroundings. Here in the dining room. a set of dishes mingles with antique glassware. Photo: Adrienne
The sideboard is the ideal display space for her vast collection of vintage china from many different eras. Here a set of dishes mingles with antique glassware in a pleasing and room-appropriate display.
“I don't jnoe” — fifthavenuehouse
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