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Example of an eclectic dining room design in Amsterdam

Houzz Tour: A light-filled South Holland eclectic coastal homeEclectic Dining Room, Amsterdam

Holly Marder © 2011 Houzz

Example of an eclectic dining room design in Amsterdam —  Houzz
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cwslade wrote:Aug 2, 2012
  • tashdesigns
    if you like that table check out Nadeau furniture with a Soul.
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    We can make a table like this, please visit us at DownHomeLiving

Jan wrote:Sep 29, 2012
  • Stephanie
    Hi Jan! Not sure where this table particularly comes from, but I am in the process of having my condo being built and I'm working with a company in Montreal to custom make all my furniture out of reclaimed wood. They're doing an awesome job, and I can put you in contact with them if you're interested. I know that they work with clients in the USA as well. Good luck :)
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    We make custom tables, please visit our site DownHomeLiving

me1977 wrote:Jul 31, 2013
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    Holly Marder
    Hello, the owner of this home painted it, and does not sell it anywhere! Such a shame as he is very talented. Holly
amowbray wrote:Jul 25, 2012
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    Holly Marder
    Hi there. The pendants were bought for a steal at a local thrift store here in the Netherlands! Holly

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Samantha Schoech added this to Modern Meets Eclectic For Delicious Dining RoomsJul 8, 2012

This table, made from reclaimed wood, is a perfect complement to a menagerie of colorful chairs. It's simple and modern, but it also has a warm, inviting farmhouse aesthetic.

Laura Gaskill added this to Decorating Around the World: Creative Amsterdam StyleFeb 9, 2012

This South Holland home gets the eclectic mix spot-on, with a reclaimed wooden table, mix-and-match chairs, colorful glass tulip lights, and a large original painting in dark tones.

Becky Harris added this to Design Elements: Beautiful Reclaimed WoodNov 20, 2011

If you're good with tools, you may want to take on a reclaimed table as a do-it-yourself project. A happy accident enhanced the look of this dining table, which is made from repurposed wood planks. The look was inspired by some spilled paint. See the rest of this home

Holly Marder added this to My Houzz: Eclectic Coastal Home in HollandOct 28, 2011

“We use the space very well. We always eat in the dining room and watch TV in the bedroom. Most of our time is spent in the living room together.” The dining room table was created out of trestle legs and a top made of salvaged wooden panels. Paint was accidentally spilled on the table during the construction of the property, but Sanne and Tim feel it adds character. The mismatched collection of dining chairs, including an original Eames Eiffel chair and a rocker, are a whimsical and colorful addition to the light-filled dining space.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Harmony Weihs added this to BEACH HOUSE: diningJan 8, 2017

DINING TABLE!!! super rustic, no worry/ maintance

Nancy McGrath added this to Ideas for WesFeb 11, 2016

This is neat, but do you think too rustic? Like the wood variation though

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