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Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
64 Reviews
Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
Ideabooks3,055
Questions9
Same rug in foyer and dining room?
I love how the foyer flows into the dining room. In another pic i noticed a different rug. In your opinion did it look better with two matching rugs or different rugs in the foyer and dining? I have the same layout and am going back and forth
Beautiful! Especially love the dining room wallpaper! Who makes it?
If I am looking for a nice piece of furniture, what things should I look for to be sure that it is truly an antique and not a replica. For example, nails, screw, etc.? Thank you, Halina
Hi Laura. The side chairs at the table are The Klismos Chair by Kreiss. The chairs on the ends are custom from my furniture line Forse Domani. The larger chairs in the entry are also custom from my line. Thanks for your interest, let me know if you need anything further
“cabinet” — felicitysmale
Weaver Custom Homes
Elegant Country Charm
Ideabooks7,102
Questions6
of the room with the columns
Thinking about trashing the formal dining furniture and buying a piano!
the opening from the entryway to the music room
This picture is obviously not a dining room but has a room with columns near the front door-which I am sure creeks when it opens-- but this is a way to visualize just columns no walls.
The entry woodwork and decorative pillars into the living room. Probably can be used as support beams if removing walls and
creating it from something else), don't be bashful about what you want.Have you transformed your dining room into some other type of room? Please tell us about it below.More: 8 Ways to Reinvent the Dining Room
infuse personality into your new space. Furniture, wall treatments (paint or otherwise), decorative lighting and window treatments all come into play to create the perfect environment.Consider: How does the look and feel of this room coordinate with the nearby rooms? I counsel clients to consider what visitors
“Windows. Open space” — marinaloera
David Lauer Photography
4 Reviews
Mid-century style entry
Ideabooks13,007
Questions6
Entry was originally a closet. Custom designed geometric opening into the living room with color accent. Vertical reed glass window. Mid-century modern credenza.
We were lucky enough to see this photo on Houzz (love you houzz!). This will be our new pass through from our kitchen to living room. Could any dimensions be shared ? The outer width and height would be most helpful! Thanks
The vertical pieces were wood 2x4s already in the wall. We added 2x4 horizontally to make an interesting design and then applied thin drywall to all the edges. Prime and paint!
Idea for wall between dining room and piano room?
this credenza to divide dining area
idea for wall between dining room and den
(8) alternate room divider idea...but very permanent
“Tekk” — Begga KR
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Kate Jackson Design
6 Reviews
Living Room to Lobby
Ideabooks10,996
Questions8
thank you! the foreground (living room) - I used C2's Vex the foyer is Vex @ 50% (halved)
Into dining room from hallway look
Looks like dream entrance to dining room
Far left corner of living room
Column to dining room
Room divide from hall
Columns for dining room
Living Room to Lobby
and furniture...Room devider...dining room...Front room...living room entry...dining room...how to divide room...room dividers
“50% vex” — hapsway
Traditional Entry
Ideabooks7,223
Questions13
Can you tell me how deep you made the crown molding that marks the entry into dining room?
What's the color in the dinning room?
i've been told not to mix light fixture finishes if you can see one from the other room but I kind of like to have rooms with distinct feels.
Would this orange color do well in a small powder room? Or would it make it look even smaller? Thanks!
I worked with Case and the homeowner on the interior finishes for the house. The color of the dining room is from Benjamin Moore Georgian Brick HC-50.
thanks for the replies! and David, beautiful work! considering this color to warm up my family room. Lovely...
light and dining room paint color
column between kitchen and great room
“Fireplace” — race01
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Shingle style home in Hanover NH
Ideabooks6,729
Questions9
What are the dimensions of the dining room?
Large rug under dining room table
doors between living and dining room (with windows)
design for doors of rooms (inside)
Pass thru style centered between kitchen and living room
Show to Roshni's her dining room
doors coming into room with glass
Trim bands living room bay window
dining room bank of windows/not curved. with pottery barn shelf up high
entry to dining room - built in buffet
A bow window eschews straight lines, and instead extends out of the room in a more or less gentle curve. Honestly, these windows are often so gorgeous that no treatment at all is the best treatment.
“Cabinet to separate areas” — marinaloera
jamesthomas, LLC
12 Reviews
jamesthomas, LLC
Ideabooks10,733
Questions12
What a beautiful space! If it helps, here is a link to the silk Schumacher wallpaper available online. http://shopmaddieg.com/catalog/product/view/id/101285/s/shijin-silk/
Hello! The chair is by Regan Hayes: Zelia Dining Chair, Finish: Mink / Silver Leaf Details / Nickel Nails. The fabric is by J.Robert Scott: Silk Twill Stripe #4603 / Bluestack. Both the chair and
is a link to the silk Schumacher wallpaper available online. http://shopmaddieg.com/catalog/product/view/id/101285/s/shijin-silk/
“Sconces” — phyllisgennaro
Amy Lau Design
5 Reviews
West Chelsea Loft
Ideabooks3,269
Questions7
one look? I'm looking for a floating credenza for the dining-room AND a floating nightstand. Thank you!
What is the flooring in this room?
This must be George Nakashima's furniture. True?
George Nakashima furniture or wall unit, black/rice paper sliding doors
Side chair in the living room
In the 1940s Knoll furniture company began distributing Pennsylvania craftsman George Nakashima’s polished cherrywood
cherrywood tables and softly geometric chairs. Nakashima’s furniture (like the side table and chair shown here) was museum quality, but he refused to treat it as precious. “A certain amount of scratching and denting adds character to a piece," Nakashima wrote in The Soul of a Tree. "In the trade, surface marring
“Buffet top decor” — rkouider
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