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My Houzz: Gurfinkel Transitional Dining Room, Dallas

Photo: Angela Flournoy © 2013 Houzz
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Dining room - transitional dining room idea in Dallas with beige walls — Houzz

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Dawn W wrote:
what are the floors in this home? - they don't seem to be original? what species and brand please? :)
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Kaneal Staging and Design

I think there is something similar at Haverty's for the table.

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ksdrogers

Where are the chairs from?


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sleugers66 wrote:
Bench - Where to find that bench
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Carol Berggren
The table looks more like the Arden Ridge from Havertys.
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leestoker
Redekers furniture store in Boone, Iowa
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jammiezursch wrote:
Lighting over dining room table - The picture doesn't it, but I was wondering what type of lighting is above the dining room table?
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emilymama
I love the 3 windows/pictures on the wall. Where did you get them?
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emilymama
Thanks a lot!!!
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clau_ochoa wrote:
Where can I find the wall frames? they look awesome
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Tara
Target has them!
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Cjohess wrote:
Can you please tell me the wall color?
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wildflower2
Wall color please?
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Bdc wrote:
Table - what dimension is it? - I know Pottery Barn offers it in several sizes so would be interested in knowing what size this one is.
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Sarah Selph

Is this table from pottery barn for sure?

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shimmercb wrote:
What is the wall color? - Pretty
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dezzign44
wall color, wall color ??
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thebests wrote:
Who makes this type of table?
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Tammy wrote:
Wall colour pls. Tx
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Cjohess wrote:
Hello. Can you please share the paint color
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breezyjoe wrote:
Love this. Walls and configuration? Where to find those frames? - Love this. Walls and configuration? Where to find those frames?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Angela Flournoy added this to My Houzz: Elegant DIY Updates for a 1970s Dallas Home
One of the couple's best memories was having both of their families visit. Ilya's family visited from Oklahoma, and Arina's from Russia. This dining table extends and allowed the entire family to dine together. All from Pottery Barn. Table, bench: Benchwright; chairs: Grayson; paint: Olivewood, Glidden
Laura Gaskill added this to 7-Day Plan: Get a Spotless, Beautifully Organized Dining Room
Day 1: Regain sanity.Decluttering tasks: Today is the day to make a fresh start in the dining room. Remove anything that belongs in another room: shopping bags waiting to be unpacked, library books that need to be returned, kids’ toys, piles of mail, laptops — whatever you’ve got! Completely clear the stuff off the dining table, floors and other surfaces. Most decor can stay (for now), but if it has a home in another room, out it goes. Instead of just shoveling the piles into another room, take the time to actually put things where they go. Otherwise you will end up back at square one by next weekend!As you declutter, make a list of exactly what sorts of things have ended up in your dining room. This is a clue that those types of items do not have a proper place to “live” — later in the week, we will look at this list more closely.Cleaning tasks: If you have an area rug beneath your dining table, and it needs more than vacuuming, roll it up and cart it to a dry cleaner that handles rugs today.
Becky Harris added this to You Said It: ‘The Wrong Sink Can Make You Hate Your Kitchen’
“Instead of just shoveling the piles into another room, take the time to actually put things where they go. Otherwise you will end up back at square one by next weekend!” — Laura GaskillI am so guilty of this — in an effort to get one room looking perfect, I simply transfer the mess to another area, creating another problem. Find a proper place for your mess as you work on one room, and it won’t return to the scene of the clutter crime.Full story: 7-Day Plan: Get a Spotless, Beautifully Organized Dining Room

What Houzzers are commenting on:

jessica thueringer added this to dining room
I like the table but probably not fabric chairs
Julie added this to Dining Room Table
LIke bench and table and table legs
Carleen Bartel added this to Dining Room Table, Side Tables, TV Stand
Like the detail underneath with the bracing, as long as knees and feet don’t get scratched or stubbed on it.➡️. The turnbuckles are super cool! I’m sure I could find them or recreate something similar with rebar/cast iron pipe fittings.

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