Colorful Dining SpaceContemporary Dining Room, Minneapolis

Color inspiration for this dining space was taken from the client's own rug and repeated in the multi-colored stripe drapery panels, artwork and turquoise upholstered chairs. A handmade paper shade chandelier adds drama and ambiance.

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Architecture by Jack Smuckler, Smuckler Architecture

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cordelia2003 wrote:Jul 31, 2012
  • Lyne CK

    Could you please tell me the name and brand of the dining light?

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    Eminent Interior Design

    Good Morning! This light is from a company called Corbett Lighting and this fixture is from their Kyoto collection. Corbett Lighting is available through most fine lighting showrooms.

    Good Luck!

kellgon wrote:Aug 7, 2012
Chris White wrote:Jan 26, 2013
  • Kristin Norton
    I love the chairs! Can you tell me where they were found?
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    Eminent Interior Design
    Hello,
    We love these chairs! They are from Bernhardt Furniture. We upholstered them in a fabulous turquoise blue faux leather!
    Thank you or your question.
mickeee wrote:Sep 10, 2013
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    Eminent Interior Design
    Hello! They were the Monterey side chairs. As with many items, products come and go. Unfortunately, this style has been discontinued. There are many manufacturers that have similar options. Contact your interior designer for assistance in finding one. Many I would suggest are "to-the-trade" furniture lines. Many local furniture showrooms may also have similar designs. Good Luck!
    www.eminentid.com
  • mickeee
    Thank you!
msfine1 wrote:Feb 16, 2013
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    Eminent Interior Design
    Hello. This neutral color is from Benjamin Moore and is 1075 Fairway Oaks in a matte finish. Thank you for your question!
    www.eminentid.com
  • Jodi Swartz
    where are these chairs from.....fyi love your design!!!!
annettekz1 wrote:Oct 12, 2013
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    Eminent Interior Design
    Hello! This fabulous colorful fabric is from Kravet #31265-519, Colorful Contrast -
    Citron Plum. Thank you for your question.
utilitysec wrote:Jun 26, 2013
  • PRO
    Eminent Interior Design
    Hello. This piece of art was from the homeowners own collection. Thank you for your question.
    www.eminentid.com
kellgon wrote:Aug 2, 2012
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    Eminent Interior Design
    Hello and thank you for your compliments! This amazing light fixture is from Corbett Lighting. The shade consists of handmade Japanese paper and we custom ordered the length of the downrod so that it was the appropriate height down from the ceiling. Thank you for your question.

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annecolby
Anne Colby added this to How to Clean Leather FurnitureDec 6, 2016

Protected leather. Stains may be removed from protected leather. Water-based spills such as soda and juice can be wiped off with a clean white cloth lightly dampened in distilled water, and then left to air-dry. On stubborn stains, American Leather recommends gently applying a soft cloth or sponge moistened with a mild nondetergent soap and lukewarm water, and then wiping it off with a clean damp cloth and blotting dry with another soft cloth. Never use an air dryer on leather.Oil-based stains, such as butter or body oil, should be blotted with a clean, dry white cloth. Do not use any water. The stain will dissipate into the leather over time. For butter, oil or grease stains on pigmented leathers, Melissa Brown of American Leather recommends Leather Degreaser by Uniters.When in doubt and for any difficult stains, consult a leather cleaning professional.

fredalbert
Fred Albert added this to Smart Shopper: How to Choose a Dining ChairOct 2, 2013

UpholsterySooner or later, someone is going to spill something on your chairs. How much are you willing to worry about it? For easy care, stick with leather (real or imitation), Ultrasuede, cotton blends or a commercial fabric. Avoid multilevel fabrics or ones with a heavy nap, like chenille and velvet — they’ll show wear. Manmade fibers such as rayon or polyester are best when combined with natural fibers.

becky
Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: Grandkid-Friendly Lake Minnetonka HomeJul 16, 2012

The dining room faces the front yard. "This view rivals that of the lake," says Hagen. "The house is set back from the road, so all you see are grass and beautiful trees." The homeowners already had the rug, dining table and artwork; Hagen used them for color inspiration. She added silk striped side panels next to the windows and the blue chairs, which are vinyl. "If you're going to go with turquoise, why bother with leather?" she says. "Plus, they have grandchildren coming to dinner. The most important aspect was that the chairs be very comfortable." The ethereal light fixture is made of handmade paper, and its shape picks up on other curves seen around the house. Chairs: Bernhardt

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Honeycomb with non draw curtains

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