14 fiber optic Eclectic Dining Design Photos

Lila Levinson
7 Reviews
Dining Room Chandelier
Ideabooks22
Questions0
dome ceiling with fiber-optics placed exactly where the galaxy is in relation to room and free form chandelier added for whimsy. Designed by Lila Levinson,ASID, CKD, CID
fiber optics
“Plafón” — eusebio
Becky Harris
Lucas's Loft
Ideabooks1,196
Questions5
Neutral is not the only color these long fibered rugs should come in, like this circular bright green shag that imitates a patch of fresh-cut green grass. The look plays off with the other accessories
Shag Rugs You might not go wall to wall in green shag anymore, but a long-fiber shag is definitely in. This grass-green area rug is a stylish nod to the abomination of the '70s.
“floor” — bateslit
Tracery Interiors
Dining Room
Ideabooks3,087
Questions5
Although this table looks like it has the bare minimum on it, there is a wide variety of textures – the woodtable top, glass bowls, moss, natural fiber placemats and metallic bamboo chairs.
“Decor piece” — cballog
Kimberley Bryan
6 Reviews
Portland Art Deco Funk
Ideabooks4,573
Questions8
AFTER: A consultation with Anna Kulgren of Optic Verve persuaded Tucker to go with a saturated hue in the dining room. “I love this color,” she says. “It has absolutely transformed this space.” She adds, “I host Thanksgiving and hold dinner parties and political fundraising get-togethers in this dining
“Dining table” — socalcutie
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
Huntley & Co. Interior Design
Ideabooks1,003
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This appears to be the Bodo Sperlein Niagra Chandelier ($45,000) features porcelain butterflies lit up by fiber optics.
“sheers” — placesiremember
Gary Earl Parsons, Architect
10 Reviews
Mitchell / Cannon
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fiber cement board
Riley Art and Interiors
Dining room overhaul
Ideabooks8
Questions1
Vintage, fiber-glass ram's head, dining table base detail
“Fabric for chair upholstery in navy blue and white” — Tara Repucci
Tammara Stroud Design
12 Reviews
Waterfront Bungalow
Ideabooks7
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furniture because of its texture and relaxed feel. We created a quiet presence that reflects the waterfront view by pairing the linen with natural fiber rugs and distressed accent furniture. We added to this feeling with the use of interesting light fixtures that were hand crafted by artisans. The
“Wall color” — lschelle
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