KitchenLabShabby-chic Style Dining Room, Chicago

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JCH Cabinets and Installations llc wrote:November 18, 2012
goatfarmer wrote:January 11, 2013
  • Meg B
    interested in the roman shades and what color fabric did you use
  • pkolleas
    Do you know what period the cabinetry specs were taken from. I have a vintage piece from my grandmother and have always wondered about its age or origin. It has always been a very special piece in my family. I love your ideabook. My whole home is wabi-sabi, though really not intential, I just love old things with history and love worn all over them. Pamela
marley1026 wrote:November 3, 2011
  • marley1026
    I agree and I thank you !
  • jayne1313
    Does anyone know which color gray paint was used in this room?
patsythalheimer wrote:April 6, 2016
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    KitchenLab Interiors

    project was ten years ago, table was vintage - $1000? from an antique store in MI.

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    We make custom farmhouse tables, please visit out site at DownHomeLiving

Chris Murray wrote:April 9, 2012
pappaskate wrote:March 13, 2011
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    Kathleen LoGiodice Fong | Color and Design
    This appears to be crafted from recycled wood. I had one made for my house, and if you check your local artisans, am sure you can do the same. That way, you'd get exactly the right size.
    Or.. you can search antique and used furniture stores for one- but guess something this size would not be inexpensive.
  • millssnell
    Not sure if you are still looking for a table like this.

    I live in South Carolina and build tables like this. Feel free to email or contact me if you are still interested in having something built. I obviously can't promise that we will be the right fit for each other, but I would love to hear about what you are looking for.

    Here is a table that I recently built that was in an article on Garden and Gun's website.
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              What Houzz contributors are saying:

              Alison Hodgson added this to First Things First: How to Prioritize Home ProjectsMay 1, 2014

              Make a master plan. Once you know what you need to do, decide how you want to execute things. Do you want to go room by room, or would it be better to do a big overall project, like giving everything a fresh coat of paint? This is where it’s important to be clear on your energy level, budget and personal style before you dive into anything.

              Robyn Lawrence added this to See How Wabi-Sabi Can Bring Harmony and Beauty to Your HomeJuly 13, 2013

              Wabi-sabi isn’t French country or shabby chic. It's more of an attitude than a style. Intimately tied to Zen Buddhism and the Japanese Way of Tea, it presents home as sanctuary, simple and without clutter or distraction. This kitchen's double-hung windows and camp-like air give it a clean, modern wabi-sabi look and feel.

              Summer Baltzer added this to 9 Ways to Create Comforting Farmhouse Style AnywhereJune 11, 2013

              7. Dining staple. One word can sum up the centerpiece of any farmhouse dining room: sturdy. As the main event in this space, the classic farmhouse dining table was generally handmade and lovingly passed on to family members. Get this look: If you don’t have a family heirloom (or the funds for a wooden table), a large wooden cutting board can make a great foundation for any rustic centerpiece. Take farmhouse design’s mix-and-match motto to heart with a collection of eclectic chairs, too.

              Laura Gaskill added this to Decorate With Intention: 5 Key Furniture PiecesJune 11, 2012

              A note on chairs: These days, there is no need to match your dining chairs to the table, or even to have a set of matched chairs at all. If you have your eye on pricier chairs but can't afford to buy them all at once, fill in with inexpensive flea market finds. Paint them the same color for a cohesive look or leave them as is for a quirkier, more eclectic feel.

              Janell Beals - House of Fifty added this to Relax and Enjoy an Extreme Style MixMarch 8, 2011

              In a traditional room featuring beautiful stained millwork and a farmhouse table, industrial white and metallic pendants create the interesting mix.

              Becky Harris added this to Vintage Modern: What Does It Mean?January 17, 2011

              Fresh shiny industrial pendants, a mix of chairs that include Bertioa wire side chairs, a farm table, Arts and Crafts wood trim and loads of natural light creates a vintage modern look.

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