My Houzz: Dreamy, Organic Style in a Tampa CottageEclectic Dining Room, Tampa

Photo: Mina Brinkey © 2013 Houzz

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Woodland Creek Furniture wrote:Oct 23, 2013
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    Woodland Creek Furniture
    New Silver Graphite & Driftwood finishes over real wood. We can make dining, coffee, sofa, or end tables any size in these finishes. Thank you for the inspiration to create them.
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dee072 wrote:Oct 29, 2013
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    Mar Ler - I checked West Elm's website and did not find the mirror. Did you see it there recently? I'd like to get another one of these mirrors. Thank you!
  • Mar Ler
    I've noticed it comes and goes in their catalog. Best thing to do would be call them. They are great to work with and you'll get a human.
madjax88 wrote:Dec 15, 2013
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    Mina Brinkey
    This particular table is from Z Gallerie
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    Hearts Desire Gifts

    I love the chair that is in front on the left. Can you tell me the brand?

ndiess wrote:Oct 23, 2013
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    Mina Brinkey
    This was purchased at the local Blue Moon Trading Company in Tampa.
  • Rada Hugonet
    The light pendant is sublime! The chairs too, thanks for ideas.
Vanina Cobeaga wrote:Nov 8, 2014
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    I want to know where I can purchase light fixture
dougpagliaro wrote:Nov 10, 2013
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    Mina Brinkey
    All the chairs were purchased at Marshalls.
miastensrud wrote:Jan 12, 2016
    octarmando wrote:May 27, 2014

      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      lolalina
      Laura Gaskill added this to 10 Foolproof Ways to Mix Up Your Dining ChairsMay 20, 2014

      3. Different chairs, same upholstery. Unify a group of lovely chairs, old or new, by having them re-covered in the same fabric. In the dining room featured here, three different pairs of chairs were all covered in similar fabric to create a “set.”

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      Fred Albert added this to Decorating 101: Do It Yourself or Hire a Pro?May 9, 2014

      Whether the DIY route will work for you will depend on your strengths. “If you know what you like and you know what makes you tick, you’ll love everything you choose,” says interior designer Alana Homesley of Woodland Hills, California. You can also do the project in stages, as funds allow, and you won’t face the challenge of trying to convey your likes and dislikes to a stranger.

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      Becky Harris added this to You Said It: 'Make It Easy on Yourself' and More Houzz QuotablesNov 6, 2013

      "What’s funk? It’s those rough edges that challenge your expectations and give a composition soul. It’s what separates Pat Metheny from Pat Boone, Langston Hughes from Hallmark." — Fred AlbertAlbert thought he was done furnishing his home after placing all the new furniture and hanging window treatments and art, but it was missing those one-of-a-kind pieces with age and history.Full story: Bring in da Funk: How Humble Touches Give a Home Soul

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      Fred Albert added this to Bring in da Funk: How Humble Touches Give a Home SoulOct 29, 2013

      I love that these fancy chairs are paired with a light fixture fabricated from a rusty scrap of metal. High meets low — and both benefit from the introduction.

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      Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer added this to Ditch the Rules but Keep Some ToolsOct 22, 2013

      If you prefer neutrals to color, no worries. Just remember the fifth — and to me, the most important — tool: Mix, mix, mix! This lovely, calming dining room gets its allure from its mix. The rustic ladder, the formal dining chairs, the somewhat woebegone metal chandelier, the fibrous frame on the mirror and the glass table with its sculptural base all work together to create great interest and personality — with not so much as a touch of color. Mixing is (dare I say it) practically a rule.

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      Mina Brinkey added this to My Houzz: Dreamy, Organic Style in a Tampa CottageOct 9, 2013

      A local artisan made the dining room pendant light using materials salvaged from a chicken coop. “I love the eclectic feel of mixing old and new, repurposing items and using them in unexpected ways,” Shona says. Table: Sequoia Dining Table, Z Gallerie; dining chairs: Marshalls; mirror, lighting: Blue Moon Trading Company

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      Joyce Maenle added this to Dining Room Chairs FabricAug 1, 2019

      Reupholster 2 Dining Room Armchairs

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