Tangley @Transitional Dining Room, Houston
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Near the kitchen is a breakfast area. It has an antique, character-rich zinc-topped table and a collection of modern chairs.Fabric chair: Mademoiselle, Kartell; white chair: Panton
Edit, edit, edit. Paring down and giving the eye some white space to rest on will help make your home feel calm and a pleasure to be in. If it makes it easier, allow yourself to remove things temporarily — just to see how the space looks and feels without them, before letting go permanently. Roll up a rug, remove a piece of artwork or toss a big white sheet over your most vibrant piece of furniture to get an idea of what the room would look like without it. Tell us: What is your biggest challenge in creating an eclectic look?
Baby tears looks great in a variety of decorative containers, but it is preferable to use a liner that can be removed for watering or, even better, that sits on a bed of rocks within the container of your choice. Keep the rocks moist and they will help provide a humid setting for your plant, but make sure that the liner is never sitting in water.