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San Francisco Charmer Eclectic Dining Room, San Francisco

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ashter wrote:
Where are thechairs available?
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The walls are Benjamin Moore Nimbus. Good luck!
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What is the trim color?


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mlrisson wrote:
The sputnik light is perfect. Can you please tell me where you found it? Thank you
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mchasson wrote:
love the wall color - so pretty.. can you tell me what it is? Thank you!
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The walls are BENJAMIN MOORE 1465 NIMBUS. Hope that helps!
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kmarsek
Hi, what color white trim to go with the Nimbus? It looks great. Thank you.
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T Smith wrote:
Where are these chairs from?? - Love them!
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They are mid-century bentwood chairs purchased at a local vintage shop. Try eBay or 1stDibs.com for similar. Best of luck!
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I've also seen similar chairs at DWR.com
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Annelise wrote:
Love the curtains! Where were they from? - I know they're long gone but I have to know!!
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The drapes are from West Elm a few years ago.

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Yasmín wrote:
Window tx - Hi, is the curtain rod bent to fit the corner? I like how it looks. Thanks!
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Yes, it is bendable at the corners. You can find them at Bed Bath and Beyond.
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Yasmín wrote:
Window tx - Hi, is the curtain rod bent to fit the corner? I like how it looks. Thanks!
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Yes, the rod is designed for bay windows with bendable corners. You can find them at Bed Bath and Beyond.
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Adila Wahbi wrote:
how much
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Feel free to contact us for more info about our design services.
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terinickele wrote:
Love this table. Where can I find it?
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The table is a discontinued style from CB2.
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