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2,281 tall faucet Dining Design Photos
Dennis Mayer, Photographer
Tall wainscoting. Is it too much?
Kinda love the tall trim
tall wainscot...tall picture frames...tall wall molding
Kendall Wilkinson Design
Pacific Heights Exuberance
Color and tall chairs at end of table
Extremely tall head chairs. Nice leg detail.
This is it. This is what I've been looking for! Tall back. Modern style. Upholstered back.
gorgeous tall back chair
Tall back chairs
Love the tall back with overhanging lights.
Banquette: tall backdrop. Perfect for our space
add interest and color with a fun fabric. We had previously discussed two stacked rows of photos but we could also do a tall upholstered back (slightly lower than the one shown) with a single row of framed photos above...wall sconces optional...may not need them if you still want a hanging ceiling fixture
Adding a tall, cushioned back akin to the one on this banquette from Savvy Interiors can help keep little bouncers from hitting their heads. The height of the bench's
Heffel Balagno Design Consultants
Tall cabinets... Is this a fridge?
Banquette seating with tall storage cabinets
bench and size of tall cabinets
Tall flanking cabinets can be fun
Tall pantry around banquette
Love tall doors
Dining in Style
How tall is this ceiling?
Makes room look tall
Drapes for tall window
Perfect for my tall room
House + House Architects
Sleepy Hollow Residence
Tall skinny windows in dinning room.
DINING: Series of alternating tall vertical windows/wall space. Wall space with lighting for artwork below. (perhaps pin lights from ceiling)
Windows tall & skinny
light for tall ceilings
tall skinny window
Tim Cuppett Architects
Simple with backband Tall wainscott - neat
love the tall baseboard.
door casing, tall baseboard
Tall Wainscot...tall simple trim
Douglas Design Studio
Love the windows for the breakfast room, but probably too tall...
All of the light and the tall windows
Full coverage. This is an especially good solution if you have tall buildings nearby that overlook your home. If you don't want to wave to your neighbor in your skivvies, install full-height drapes and check the coverage at night from outside the window. Many window coverings offer the illusion of privacy
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