39,554 wood chandelier Dining Design Photos

barlow reid design
6 Reviews
Wembley Ave.
storage she needed and minimized the need for so much furniture in the room. By painting it this gorgeous deep grey we get away from having too much wood in the room.
What brand is the chandelier? Love it.
The chandelier was the home owners and she loved it too so we made sure to incorporate it in the design. Restoration Hardware has some beautiful chandeliers that are quite similar. http://www.restorationhardware.com/catalog/product/product.jsp?productId=prod691023&categoryId=cat1701016 Good luck!
I think I really like that chandelier~
“shelves” — chicagolady22
Siemasko + Verbridge
13 Reviews
Citrus Bloom
candlestick chandelier
dark wood dining table
who makes the chandelier
These colors. Love the chandelier.
Wood paneled mantel.
Chandelier and sconce
Neirmann weeks chandelier
style of sconces and chandelier
dark wood floors...like the chandelier
“Pretty” — sharonwm
Ronald F. DiMauro Architects, Inc.
4 Reviews
Coastal Victorian Renovation
Yellow paint with the wood tones.
Yellow looks good with the wood
light & bright color palette, the chandelier, table & chairs
Contrast wood vs white
chandelier and sconce
Dining room chandelier
Breakfast chandelier
Door hardware and chandelier
vendome chandelier...wood dining table...wood floors
“Chandelier” — doreensanzone
Living room
I am interested in chandelier where can I purchase? Thank you!
White Dove on walls? Wood with light walls, black accents. and browns.
Chandelier and fireplace mantle
Letter a on dark wood
Chandelier .. mirror
Beautiful chandelier!
has a lovely wine cellar, so we like combining good food and wine with equally great company," says Iris. Dining table: Ligne Roset; chairs: IKEA; chandelier: vintage
white wood...wood flooring...wood molding
“table locker to kitchen countertop” — sonatrice
Wendi Young Design
Wendi Young Design
Can you please tell me where I can purchase this chandelier?
I too would like to know where you purchased the stone planter. It's beautiful. Also, the chandelier?
direction did you give the folks at Van Jester? Just that photo? Any idea the type of wood used, etc. etc?
The planter is an antique wood trough we purchased at Sentimento Antiques in New York, and the antique chandelier was purchased at Lief Antiques in Los Angeles.
rustic architecture with elegant touches, chandelier & large painting. J'adore!
really pretty maybe our chandelier would fit
Picture and chandelier in dining room
“Table and center piece” — ekimmel
1 Review
Martis Camp #246
Can you please share the thickness of the wood stair treads? I cannot seem to decide what to do for my new home. Thank you so much!
The name of the light is Candelaria Chandelier by Robert Abbey and there are several location where it can be purchased. Just search it on the web.
how 'bout wood on walls of stairwell
Stairs. Easy to build! Channel and wood slabs.
Wood and metal railing...could reuse parts of current railing
Architecture, walls of glass, metal, wood, furniture
“Better color!” — siarussi
Rustic Dining Room
Are the floors wood or laminate. And what is the name of them?
what brand is the chandelier
do you know the type of wood and stain color?
Mfg's name of the chandelier? Please
if you really like it, to beg :) but in the meantime I can offer you some other beautiful chandeliers by Galilee Lighting, that you may like as well. to see more unique designs visit ww.GALILEELIGHTING.com for our catalog by email contact us Sale
To beg or not to beg? Not one response to any questions. I too would like to know brand do this chandelier... To beg or not to beg?
This isn't my project, so I can't say for sure, but it appears to be a masonry wood-burning fireplace with custom doors and some very serious natural stone. Ironhaus makes some doors like this: http://ironhaus.com/fireplaces/woodburning
“Fireplace separation from living and dining” — Shawna Williams
Stonewood, LLC
19 Reviews
Could you tell me where the chandelier is from?
If anyone knows where to get the Labaryinth Chandelier-maybe someone in a move up mode, let me know I love it! I checked Currey and Co, and it doesn't show on the site.
You have lots of options, depending on the look you are going for. I like the woven wood shades. But, if you're looking for something more modern, you might want to go with a cellular shade. They are sleek and can be custom made for all of these windows, plus they
they come in many different shades and styles. Another option may be Roman shades. They stack similarly to the woven wood shades, but are made of a fabric that also comes in many different shades. Play around with some of the options we have that are all custom made to fit your window frame. http://www
“blinds” — lindsay18
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