Park Avenue Apartment in Rosario Candela Building traditional-dining-room
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Park Avenue Apartment in Rosario Candela Building Traditional Dining Room, New York

The upholstery of the banquette seating in this kitchen adds a splash of color to the white woodwork. The table is a custom design by our office in collaboration with the interior designer, Ashley Whitakker.
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shelley16 wrote:
Space - What are the measurements of this space?
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Hello Shelley16: The measurement of the length of the bench under the window from the left edge of the bench to the back cushion on the perpendicular wall, it is 84". The other bench, from end of bench to back of bench under window is 69". The table top is 48"x32". I hope that is helpful. ---Tom

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J Winter

it's beautiful! how deep, high and tall are the seats? thanks

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Sue Silverstein wrote:
Love the entire space! - what is the wall color please?
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Dear Tabcourt, the wall color is Benjamin Moore 925. ---Tom

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aalang wrote:
Where are your chairs from, please? Love this nook!
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Hello, the chairs are from TK Collections. Thanks for the inquiry, Tom

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lyrel wrote:
Where are the sconces from? Beautiful corner.
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Hello Lyrel: These are from Lamp Works, www.lampworksinc.com. You can find several versions of them under the category "Library Fixtures". Thank you for the compliment. ----Tom
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brayhomes wrote:
Where can I find the fabric on the cushions?
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I believe it is from Beacon Hill.
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lc76 wrote:
where is the dining table from?
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Hello Lc76: Thanks for the inquiry, we designed this table and it was built by a cabinet shop. We design these sorts of tables quite frequently, especially when they need to be a very specific, syle,size or shape. -----Tom
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Laura Gaskill added this to Otomi, Suzani, Kantha, Ikat: What’s the Difference?
Of course today, you are more likely to find ikat designs printed on fabric than the handmade textile, which is far more labor intensive to produce.See more of Manhattan apartment
Laura Gaskill added this to The (Baby Steps) Guide to Bold Upholstery
Low commitment: bold banquette. There’s no doubt this blue ikat breakfast nook bench is bold, but because it’s in the kitchen, where most of the other features (counters, cabinetry) are likely to stay the same, committing to color is a relatively low-risk proposition. Choose a fabric that works well with the colors of your existing finishes and fixtures, and the fresh infusion of color and pattern will be a welcome surprise.
Becky Harris added this to Create a Classic Look With Beautiful Blue and White
5. Ikat. The recent popularity of this textile has made ikat a household word. True ikat cloth is woven from threads that have undergone a resist-dying process, but due to its popularity, ikat patterns are now available printed on all different kinds of textiles. Using these patterns adds a worldly touch.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

L|M Décor added this to 9. Residential Textiles
2. I like the fabric bench cushions that bring color and style to this breakfast nook area.
lucindalou2013 added this to general decorating
nice white paneling and blue material

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