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Tracy Murdock Contemporary Dining Room, Los Angeles

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nancycl wrote:
Where can I purchase these wall glass pieces?
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Brenda Abramson

the yellow glass pieces look like Dale Chihuly's work. His "Boathouse" studio is in Seattle. You may be able to find similar on line.

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lawlah wrote:
Yellow glass art - Where did u get that from?
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sjr wrote:
Exquisite chandelier. - Could I have some details about this light fixture? Size? Max wattage? Mfg? etc. Thanks!
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Becky Harris added this to Brighten Things Up with Yellow
Tracy Murdock gets pop graphic with yellow, black, white and gray here.
Becky Harris added this to Setting the Table
A picture is worth a thousand words. I'm pretty speechless when it comes to trying to describe this one - it's turned my expectations on their heads - black wine glasses and walls, white furniture, yellow glass art hanging...YOWZAH!
Becky Harris added this to Color Combo Favorites: Black, White and Yellow
This is a LITTLE more toned down - I love the way these pieces on the wall contrast with the charcoal gray.
Pangaea Interior Design, Portland, OR added this to Glass Art: How to Place and Light It
Oh — Did I say that you needed to put glass in front of a white wall for it to look good? Well, not exactly. These yellow wall pieces by Robert Kaindl look spectacular against this black wall. Here's why: They have a high percentage of opaque glass in them. The black wall shows through the translucent areas adding contrast with the opaque yellow which shows up well against the dark wall. So as a rule of thumb: if you are placing a piece of glass that is all or mostly translucent, the colors are going to show up better in front of white and with light coming from behind it. But if the glass is mostly opaque, then you can put it in front of any color wall and light it from the front.
Becky Harris added this to Choose Art With a Third Dimension
Beautiful yellow glass works of art stand out against this dark wall.

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Amy Summer Scerbo added this to amytracy's Ideas
I would like a montage of my white platters mounted on the wall

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