A Modern GemEclectic Dining Room, New York

Example of a mid-sized eclectic carpeted dining room design in New York with no fireplace —  Houzz
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ram183 wrote:Dec 5, 2012
  • Heather Locke
    sorry, i just saw the answer above!
  • adamvaldan
    Love the chairs. Where could I purchase them?
Sandra Chaplan wrote:Jun 12, 2013
  • lgray2040
    Can you provide the source for the fabric on the chairs.?
  • zimelsia
    yes, please identify chair fabric,.... please?
miriam1223 wrote:Jan 25, 2017
  • vahideh

    where ca i get these chairs?

tessadee wrote:May 30, 2013
Margaret Chappell wrote:Apr 19, 2013
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    Christopher Burns Interiors
    Most of the glass we buy is vintage. There is a wonderful store in NYC called "End of History" They have a huge selection on vintage glass.
happydeepa wrote:Mar 5, 2013
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    Christopher Burns Interiors
    I'm not sure exactly where this is from--it belonged to the owner. But there are some pieces similar in style at Dennis & Leen.
Scott Ulmann Incorporated wrote:Aug 25, 2014

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Bryan Anthony added this to Dinner and a Good Book: 12 Double-Duty Dining RoomsJun 3, 2015

    This eclectic New York City dining room, designed by Christopher Burns, has a chandelier dripping in glass beads, chairs covered in faux cowhide and a high-gloss wood dining table.Chairs: Zeus, Artistic Frame; rug: custom, Patterson Flynn MartinHow to Seat Your Dinner Guests in Comfort

    Kurt Cyr added this to 12 Deadly Decorating SinsMar 18, 2014

    9. A single-use dining room. Don’t get me wrong; I love dining rooms. But they need to work harder than just hosting Sunday dinners.How to break this habit? Choose a complementary auxiliary use, such as a library. I consider dining with books to be the ultimate luxury. Whether talk turns to travel or philosophy, reference materials will be close at hand.

    Becky Harris added this to The Cure for Houzz Envy: Dining Room Touches Anyone Can DoNov 12, 2013

    Add a garland to your chandelier. This can be anything from evergreen boughs to strings of beads from the craft store. It’s an easy way to add a festive touch.You can also try switching out your small lampshades. I recently scored brand-new striped mini shades at ReStore for $2 each.

    Fred Albert added this to How to Make Any Small Room Seem BiggerMay 21, 2013

    When space is tight, always ask yourself: How can I use this room for two purposes instead of one? Here a dining room doubles as a library. It saves space, and nothing warms up a room like a wall of books.

    Alison Hodgson added this to 'Not My Precious Books!' — Pain-Free Ways to Declutter Your LibraryFeb 7, 2013

    Some Housekeeping Tips for BooksPull all the books to the edge of the shelf. This simple thing makes a huge impact. Don't worry about the varying sizes of the books; pack them in tightly and pull them forward, and they'll look great even if your shelves aren't as beautiful as these.

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