Breakfast RoomTraditional Dining Room, Minneapolis

Architect: Cook Architectural Design Studio
General Contractor: Erotas Building Corp
Photo Credit: Susan Gilmore Photography

Inspiration for a mid-sized timeless kitchen/dining room combo remodel in Minneapolis with white walls —  Houzz
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This photo has 17 questions
annepin wrote:Oct 9, 2012
  • Jodi Wass
    Where can I get this table and bench? Thank you!
  • lamore77
    You can probably find a base at a 2nd hand shop, gate, concrete or similar strong material (possibly 2) and have a thick piece of tinted glass cut at a glass shop for the top. That's what I plan to do as I can't find what I'm looking for at retail stores
Randi Fletcher wrote:Nov 12, 2015
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    RLH Studio

    This is fabric that is only available through the design trade.. If you have further inquiries or are looking for an interior designer, feel free to reach out to RLH Studio.

  • patonsplace
    Century Chair - ladder back side chair from Century Furniture
pantry wrote:Oct 24, 2014
  • PRO
    Thank you for your interest in our project. The picture is the owners artwork from their travels.
  • pantry
    Thank you.
mlkriens wrote:May 31, 2012
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    RLH Studio
    The base is from a table the client already owned. We had a wood top made for it- it is stained really dark. It is hard to explain the rules because a lot of it has to do with the weight of the top and how the base is built. A carpenter can do things to help the top attach and be supported. I think this table has enforcement. I hope that helps!
  • lamore77
    Granite is so incredibly heavy you'd probably have to make a sold cabinet type base with only enough overhang to slide a chair under- similar to a bar found in a kitchen- rather than a pedestal base. Consider double or triple base like a trestle table but balance supported space equally with unsupported space as a guide. A granite shop could help you work out the exact strength of the base needed -of course depending on size/weight of your granite.
jgadecki wrote:Mar 31, 2011
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    RLH Studio
    The chandelier is from Lamplight Designs.
  • hartley07
    Could you tell me the dimensions of the base and the table? Thank you!
collsmorg wrote:Oct 26, 2013
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    Prestige Chandelier
    We can provide the chandelier for you. Any size you need. Contact me if you are interested.
Iren Es wrote:Feb 16, 2013
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    RLH Studio
    The draperies are custom made by our local drapery workroom.
sjsnowdon wrote:Aug 25, 2012
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    RLH Studio
    I'm sorry- we do not have a better picture.
joyful01 wrote:May 9, 2012
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    RLH Studio
    The bench is a custom built piece. We had the cushion and pillows made specifically for this piece.
Shannon wrote:Mar 11, 2012
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    RLH Studio
    We reupholstered the clients existing chairs and had a custom table top made for the pedistal base. Let us know if we can help you in any other way!
susanhealy wrote:Jan 18, 2012
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    RLH Studio
    The chandelier is from Lamplight Designs. Thanks for asking!
amdixon0125 wrote:Jun 18, 2015
    amt83654 wrote:Jul 2, 2014
      charlieims wrote:Jul 25, 2012

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        Dana Miller added this to Dark Curtains See the LightApr 26, 2012

        One way to liven up a darker panel is to choose one with a print — preferably one that incorporates a lighter color. At a glance, the panel contrasts against white walls, but upon closer inspection the print brings pattern and interest to the room.

        Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: 1929 Mansion Revival in MinnesotaMar 26, 2012

        Lots of time is also spent in the breakfast area, where the children do their homework. Hallberg had the clients' existing chairs reupholstered and had a custom table top made for the pedestal base. The banquette on the right was covered in ultrasuede, which stands up well to wear and tear. The chandelier combines old-world iron, beads and some fun deco waves appropriate to a 1929 home. Chandelier: Mason by Lamplight Designs; curtain fabric: Scalamandre

        Cate West Zahl added this to Accessories 101: A Splash of Milk GlassJan 16, 2012

        A grouping of unique milk glass containers contrast against the black table and gray upholstered dining chairs. Gathering a collection like this adds impact to a look that's perfect for everyday.

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        Sandra McAdams added this to Window treatmentsAug 18, 2019

        Dark pattern (with light areas) can work well in light room with bid windows. Maybe a possibility for dining room.

        Photos in 1929 Estate

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