Philadelphia PenthouseEclectic Dining Room, Philadelphia

Wingback chair in Navy Fleur Chinoise fabric by Caitlin Wilson Textiles.

Courtney Apple Photography

Example of an eclectic medium tone wood floor dining room design in Philadelphia with white walls —  Houzz
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    I would also like to know the paint information. Thank you!
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              What Houzz contributors are saying:

              yanicsimard
              Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard added this to Where to Embrace Custom Furnishings in Your HomeJan 26, 2015

              Custom EssentialsUpholstery. Custom upholstering an entire piece of furniture, such as an armchair or a sofa, can quickly add up. But focusing on something simple, like the seats of dining chairs, can be a small investment with a big payoff.

              lolalina
              Laura Gaskill added this to Budget Decorator: 8 Ways to Make Old Furniture Look Brand NewJun 25, 2013

              8. Re-cover a seat cushion. Unlike a full reupholstery job, re-covering a seat cushion is a relatively simple and satisfying project.Tools of the trade: Staple gun, new fabric and foam or batting.How-to: Unscrew the seat cushion from the chair. Remove the old fabric and use it as a template to cut new fabric. If the batting or foam cushion is very worn, replace it. Wrap the new fabric over the seat and use a staple gun to attach it. Screw the seat back in place.Step-by-step instructions: How to Re-Cover a Seat Cushion

              cninteriors
              Charmean Neithart Interiors added this to 10 Wonderful Ways to Colorize a White-Walled RoomApr 22, 2013

              4. Use colorful and boldly patterned fabrics. Big color and scale are right at home with white walls. In this dining space the colors from the art are repeated in the fabric selections. Use art as a palette starter and build from there.

              cathylara
              Cathy Lara added this to Houzz Tour: Energy and Color Aplenty in a Live-Work RentalNov 14, 2012

              "We moved to Philly on a student budget, so I scored our huge dining table and chairs from Craigslist. I reupholstered the chairs and wingbacks in my signature fabric, Navy Fleur Chinoise," Wilson says. Her parents loaned their artwork to Wilson and her husband to remind the couple of their previous home in California.

              What Houzzers are commenting on:

              snpdrgn35
              snpdrgn35 added this to Living Room & Family RoomMay 5, 2019

              The slipcover was made with Navy Fleur Chinoise fabric from the Caitlin Wilson Textiles collection. http://www.caitlinwilsontextiles.com/?p=product&sku=1001&d=1&pre=p!category|c!fabric|patt!|s!|fabric! Love the painting

              eileenesco22
              eileenesco22 added this to Dining Room IdeasOct 8, 2018

              Everything. Accent chair. Table color. Art. Light fixture.

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