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weasy26 wrote:
I've been searching for this chair. Does anyone know where I can buy one?
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Thank you so much letting me know. If I do find a knock off I'll pass it along.
All the best
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I just bought a "knockoff" ghost arm chair on Amazon, I LOVE it!!! It's very comfortable, I use it with my polished nickel and glass top desk in a small space which is my home office.
atbam wrote:
Where is the clear chair from? Love it and want one for my home office.
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Chrystie Scott
Kartell, DWR
blessedpkd2 wrote:
Suggestions on how to select and arrange disparate sized frameworks? - I would like to arrange disparate sized framed "me" wall items in an office. The wall is at least the size of this one and holds at least double more pieces than shown.
tjscholz wrote:
where is the chandelier from?
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foroughaghili wrote:
Hello , where can I find this table ? is it square table ?
DeNovo Art Consulting wrote:
What is the floor materials? I love the gray tone of the wood.
cj123 wrote:
The vintage steel industrial desk/table is great!! Is this by any chance manufactured by General Fireproofing? If not, who is the manufacturer? Also, I'm particularly interesed in knowing what the top of the table is made of -- is it also steel? Thanks
Kim MacK wrote:
Hi: Love this room. Where can I find the light fixture? Thank you, Kim

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Becky Harris added this to Modern Icons: The Louis Ghost Chair
The Louis XV chair is just the chair you need for guests in your office. It's one you don't use as often, so it should take up less space visually.
Lisa Frederick added this to So Your Style Is: Eclectic
Style Secret: Methodical MismatchingEclecticism wears its lack of pedigree proudly and draws its energy from contrast. The trick is to find enough common ground to make a space gel. The dining area shown here weaves together a narrow palette and subtle shine, from the table to the frames to the chandelier. No two chairs match, but all of them have strong silhouettes and roughly the same proportions. Road-test it: The best way to master the medley: Dive in. Choose a few must-haves to anchor the space, then experiment with rugs, artwork, lighting, accents and other elements. Play light against dark, honed against glossy, rustic against elegant — but look for opportunities to create parallels. And be firm about editing; you can’t stuff every piece you love into a single room. When you find the right balance, you’ll feel it instinctively. But if you have doubts, try this trick: Snap a photo of your space, wait awhile, then study it. What shouts at you? Winnow out any discordant elements and try again.
Samantha Schoech added this to Modern Meets Eclectic For Delicious Dining Rooms
This is eclectic modern at its best. It includes midcentury modern icons like the Ghost Chair paired with traditional furniture, an eclectic display of art and dollops of color against stark white. Beautiful.
Alison Hodgson added this to 4 Obstacles to Decluttering — and How to Beat Them
Ultimately, that's what this is all about: taking control of your home instead of being subordinate to your possessions. For some, when we talk about minimalism, it conjures up images of stark interiors, the idea of not having enough or of things being taken away. To me minimalism is having what you love, but not a bit more than you can maintain. How that looks in your home may differ from how it looks in mine. It comes down to creating the home you long for. Life, like art, is all about removing and editing to make room for what you truly want and need.Next: Not My Precious Books! Pain-Free Ways to Declutter Your LibraryPrevious: 7 Tips to Get With a New Minimalist Mentality

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Carly Belling added this to Layout Living room/dining room
like the pictures behind the dining room table
ggdrive added this to Apt Ideas - Display
DA - Love the mix and (mis)match - Louis Ghost Chair, wooden side chair, dark arm chair, as well as the wall of unmatched picture frames, and the eclectic chandelier