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The Olivers House Eclectic Living Room, Dallas

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marinabdn wrote:
Paperbasket - I like this paperbasket. Anyone knows of a resource for a similar one?
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Sabrina Carol
Hey hey, i've seen similor ones but without the handles at House Doctor. It's Danish.
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Do you like these?

Try Googling "round wire basket with handles" and look at the results under the Images tab. Lots of choices.

Hope this helps!
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Marlene Dennis Design wrote:
Hey - Love the console in the photo. Anyone know where to find a comparable piece? Thanks
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The one in the original picture looks like it's from R&Y Augousti. You can buy their line at Barneys New York.
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Neiman Marcus carries R&Y Augoustii also
lggrunbaum wrote:
I love the console. Where can I purchase it?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Lily Gahagan added this to Flea Market Finds: Wire Baskets
Turn into a wastebasket This good looking pair is holding some natural treasures (another option), but I think the size could also work quite well as a bin in the home office or bedroom. Another idea? Clip the handle and create a DIY Platner with a round piece of glass on top.
Becky Harris added this to Design Talk: Eclectic vs. Collected
Here's another beautiful example of how a black-and-white base palette ties together seemingly diverse items into a collected look.
Shawn Gauthier added this to Everyday Items Go Glossy and Glam
Console. Consoles are often found in hallways, and hallways are a great spot to have a little fun with decor. A console in glossy paint will add a little eye-catching pizzazz for those walking through.
Mari Richards added this to On Trend: Home Decor That Draws the Line
Wire-frame baskets, black and white art and frames, and a black table give the same high contrast without losing the warmth.
Lisa Frederick added this to Off-Center Art Hits the Mark for Energizing Design
This is a perfect example of the relationship between art and the other elements in a space. With the strong black console and wall sculpture, the composition needed a little negative space to keep from reading as too heavy. Yet a single photo or painting centered over the table would have looked lost. The solution? A group of several works arranged in a way that creates fluidity and leaves breathing room, but still holds its own.
Glamour Nest added this to Home Setups That Serve You: Designing the Entryway
You can't see them, but mail, keys, makeup and multivitamins are hiding in those drawers.More: Are You a Piler or a Filer? A New Way to Think About Organizing
Becky Harris added this to You Said It: ‘Know Thyself’ and Other Houzz Quotables
“I hate to break it to you, but designers don’t follow a secret rule book. There are no hard and fast laws governing what we do.” — Judith TaylorI feel like so many people are afraid to even begin to decorate their homes the way they truly want to because they are terrified of breaking some design rule. Please stop worrying about these rules, and if you are having trouble getting started, check out the tips Taylor provides. It will likely free you up from your design paralysis. Full story: 12 Key Decorating Tips to Make Any Room Better
Sartorial Interiors added this to How Shiny Black Can Take Your Room to the Next Level
11. On furniture. Styling a room requires a mix of textures and tonal palettes. A shiny black lacquered piece of furniture works perfectly with matte walls, metallics, plants, wood and artwork. Why it works: The black helps emphasize the simple but strong lines of this hallway console. Color can be introduced though art or flowers.Tell us: Have you used black gloss in your home? Share your tips in the Comments.Read more stories about decorating with black

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welhou01 added this to Book 01
Edit your collectibles. Don’t hang on to a piece that just doesn’t fit. I don’t care if your great-aunt Sally gave it to you. If it’s not working for you, then find a new home for it (maybe in a different room). The unifying theme here is the use of black in the utilitarian pieces. The balance is almost perfect. It reminds me of something Coco Chanel said about accessorizing: “Before you leave the house, look in the mirror and take one thing off.” In design, know when to stop.
Conar Sinton added this to Conar's ideas
dark colour sideboard/white wall

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