Traditional Vestibule with HydrangeasEclectic Entry, Dallas

close up view of an entry arrangement that leads to a traditional blue and white living room.

Photographed by Kim Burnstad www.kbbphotography.com

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ljuliettewood wrote:Jul 15, 2016
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    Kim Armstrong

    I hung this just like I would on a flat wall, you might have to bend open the hook with a needle nose plier just a little more. Also, test the item to make sure it isn't too wide. if you get the item you are hanging to wide, it won't fit on the wall. if you have a large curve, and want to cover a lot of space you can hang a grouping of smaller items. like a collage.

Joyce McClain wrote:Nov 5, 2014
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    Kim Armstrong
    I got it at a local store in Dallas. Not sure who the vendor is, but I don't think it is an antique. it might be made by Lorts?
Pat wrote:Nov 5, 2014
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    Kim Armstrong
    patatcc - my client picked the horse up on one of her vacations. But I don't think it is a one of a kind piece. I've seen similar sculptures around. you might try Horchow. Good Luck.
laureneliz919 wrote:Dec 29, 2013
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    Kim Armstrong
    The mirror is from Wisteria.
trharman wrote:Jul 21, 2013
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    Kim Armstrong
    this is a 5" plank oak floor, stained on site. It was purchased like this when our client purchased her house, sorry, don't have any other details. Good luck!

What Houzz contributors are saying:

lolalina
Laura Gaskill added this to 8 Ways to Decorate a Center TableOct 27, 2014

8. Small but grand trio. Smaller versions of the foyer table can still look grand. The key is to not clutter them up with lots of small items. Styling tip: Choose two large pieces to fill most of the space (like the horse sculpture and potted plant shown here), and place a third, smaller item (like a candle or small tray for mail) in front.Tell us: Do you have a round table in the foyer — or somewhere else in the house? How do you decorate it?More:Give That Coffee Table an Extra Shot of StyleBrowse vases and more in the Houzz Shop section

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sgalen
Susie . added this to EntryJan 28, 2018

8. Small but grand trio. Smaller versions of the foyer table can still look grand. The key is to not clutter them up with lots of small items. Styling tip: Choose two large pieces to fill most of the space (like the horse sculpture and potted plant shown here), and place a third, smaller item (like a candle or small tray for mail) in front.Tell us: Do you have a round table in the foyer — or somewhere else in the house? How do you decorate it?More:Give That Coffee Table an Extra Shot of StyleBrowse vases and more in the Houzz Shop section

amber_irvine72
Amber Irvine added this to Living RoomMay 3, 2017

Blue/Purple Hydrangeas & use this colour and shades as the pop of colour for the living room. Goes well with the couch & ottoman.

dachuck
dachuck added this to Revêtements, couloirs, escaliersMay 1, 2017

Small but grand trio. Smaller versions of the foyer table can still look grand.

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