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Country medium tone wood floor dining room photo in New York with beige walls — Houzz

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mindyluck wrote:
Where are the wicker chairs from?
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Unique-Stores
Manufacturer for rattan chairs: www.cozyfuniture.com
Offer best price and export to many countires
demi@cozyfuniture.com
skype:demichen1981
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Baldwin Yacht Interiors

Gosh, I went on this web site and cannot find that chair!!! World Market. Is it an outdoor chair? Rattan? Wicker?

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cresha wrote:
My new bedroom - Where was the bench purchased?
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crlfrey
It's made by Safavieh and can be purchased through overstock.com. I think it's called the Limoux Grey Carved Oak Bench
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Designs by Juliana Rose
Im curious about the bench.....fabric? Redone?
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happybuilding wrote:
do you know who makes the fabric on the curtains or the name of pattern?
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Corynne Pless
Hi happybuilding!

The curtains are made out of a toile fabric. Here are more patterns and examples ... http://www.houzz.com/photos/products/toile.

I hope this helps!
Corynne
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Rachel
Here is a link to a discount fabric website that carries this fabric. (It is double the price at Calico Corners): http://warehousefabricsinc.com/BOS137.html
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ellamerts wrote:
Beautiful room! Where is the cabinet from? Is it a fab antique find?
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Corynne Pless
Hi ellamerts!

I believe this cabinet was an antique find or family heirloom. The homeowner repainted it to add a layered, weathered look - it's a gorgeous piece!

Thanks for your questions!!
Corynne
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G M wrote:
Ceiling and wall paint colors - Hello-- What a beautiful room! Just wondering what paint co,ors were used for the ceiling and walls. Thanks!
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Corynne Pless
Hi!

The wall color is Swiss Coffee by Behr and the ceiling color is York Harbor Yellow by Benjamin Moore.

I hope this helps!
Corynne
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alaperouse wrote:
Paint Colors - Could you please tell me what paint color the walls and trim are? I am having the hardest time finding the right cream for my living room and I really love this one. It looks like it has some yellow/gold in it. Thank you.
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Corynne Pless
Hi!

The wall color is Swiss Coffee by Behr!

Corynne
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Kely Miller wrote:
Decorating our living room and love the bench. - Where can I find the bench? Thank you!
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Corynne Pless
Hi kellymilleriv!

I love the bench too! It's such a great piece! The bench is from Joss and Main! Here is a link to the website!

https://www.jossandmain.com/

Hope this helps!
Corynne
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arianag17 wrote:
Where can I find that table?
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Corynne Pless
Hi alanag17!

The table was a floor sample from Real Deals in Jefferson, Georgia and was made by Hooker. I hope this helps!

Corynne
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Marti Voorheis wrote:
lighting - Where is the chandelier from?
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Corynne Pless
Hi!

The chandelier is from Colonia Lighting! Here is a link to the website http://www.colonial-lighting.com/.

Hope this helps!

Corynne
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emilygraham wrote:
Where are the ladder back chairs and table from? Thanks!
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Corynne Pless
Hi emilygraham,

The ladder back chairs and table were bought as floor samples from Real Deals in Jefferson, Georgia. The pieces are by Hooker. I hope this helps!

Corynne
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Debby Woodard wrote:
Been looking for small wall shelves and pedestals. Where were these from?
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Corynne Pless
Hi Debby Woodard,

The wall sconces came from HomeGoods and were repainted by Kim.

Hope this helps!
Corynne
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Emilie Rietow wrote:
plates on walls - Do you know where the plates on the walls are from?
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elainebassett wrote:
Which company made the ladderback dining chairs?
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Myrna wrote:
Where can I find this bench?
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hannah24svvsd wrote:
why is "please confirm email "plastered across all photos? - It says "click here" but no matter what I do, it does not go away.
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Corynne Pless added this to My Houzz: French Country Meets Southern Farmhouse Style in Georgia
The formal dining room is open to the foyer and connected to the kitchen. Natural wicker chairs, a beige jute rug and a linen-covered bench offer a warm invitation. Against the wall, antique china hangs over extra dining room chairs flanking a hutch that Kim repainted to achieve a layered, weathered look.Chandelier: Colonial Lighting; wicker chairs: Cost Plus World Market; paint: Swiss Coffee, Behr
Laura Gaskill added this to 5 Questions to Ask Before You Design Your Dining Room
1. How much flexibility do you need? Consider how many people you need to seat for dinner every day and how many would you like to be able to squeeze in occasionally. If you need to adjust to different-size crowds frequently, it’s important to look for furniture that can stand up to the task. Think of dining tables with extension leaves, and benches that can tuck against the wall until needed.If you serve a big crowd only once or twice a year, you might prefer to go with a smaller table for everyday use — just pull out a few folding tables for holiday gatherings as needed.
Laura Gaskill added this to 10 Foolproof Ways to Mix Up Your Dining Chairs
10. Bench on one side, chairs on the other. Putting a low bench on one side of the dining table in place of chairs is an easy way to break up a set, typically costs less than buying individual chairs and is great for small spaces. Try an upholstered bench for comfort during leisurely meals or a wooden bench for a sleeker look.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Lauri added this to Kitchen
Eclectic seats spice up table. Would bench be to low?
Tracie Papadakis added this to tracie_papadakis's ideas
armoire/china cabinet; bench; chandelier
dianebarthe added this to dianebarthe's ideas
Couleur (armoires)îlot, tabouret
Steven Allen added this to servapacs' ideas
Swiss Coffee by Behr or Benjamin Moore

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