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William Hefner Architecture Interiors & LandscapeTransitional Dining Room, Los Angeles

Dining room - transitional dark wood floor dining room idea in Los Angeles with white walls —  Houzz
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hendrina wrote:May 12, 2012
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    CB Interior Design
    Beautiful Dining Room simple but elegant, love it!
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    CB Interior Design

    I have bought similar chairs from Hickory White - Metropolitan Classics - Item #421-66. They are beautiful my Clients love them!

babynurse wrote:Apr 29, 2011
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    DeCocco Design
    Please send us your questions any time! Make lots of Ideabooks on Houzz and you'll find plenty of inspiration.
  • Stefani

    Does anyone know where these chairs are from? Thank you!!


sumama wrote:Sep 30, 2011
  • bepsf
    Annie is right - these chairs with a white/greyvtable would be too Same-Same unless the walls were something darker or the upholstery were a darker tone.
  • babynurse
    Hello bepsf,

    The chairs featured in the picture above , are the ones I got my inspiration from for my chairs....similar style only mine are a bit taller and I think a tad narrower. Anyway, I'm the one that was asking the questions as to whether or not to do nail head the way these were done or only go around the bottom of the seat. I posted the chair I'm getting, but in the floor model fabric......

babynurse wrote:May 29, 2011
  • loriac
    I have a chandelier that is almost identical to this as much as I can tell from this photo. Mine is vintage murano glass trimmed in gold leaf. I purchased it a few years ago from a San Francisco designer who had used it in his home. Pix attached.
  • kareneliza
    Thanks so much loriac. I used to live in SF for 7 years...loved it! Can you share the name of the designer?
bloomy693 wrote:Apr 25, 2011
  • bepsf
    Silver flatware is best stored in a silver chest or a drawer of a credenza or buffet that's lined with felt and has dividers for separating & organizing your cutlery.

    Any store that sells silver flatware will have a selection of silver chests - typically they're offered by the manufacturer of the silver flatware...
    ...or you can purchase them online.

    http://www.bing.com/shopping/search?q=silver+chest&FORM=HURE
  • thiscouldwork
    I have two heirloom sterlingt silver candelabras. When not in use, I actually wrap them in plastic wrap (Saran wrap) then wrap in clean towels. This prevents any air contact. It seems to work perfectly. Then when needed, just a light buff with a soft cloth does the trick....hope this helps, it is a simple, inexpensive option. Good luck
Arika Patil wrote:Nov 23, 2013
maryjknowles wrote:Jun 1, 2013
  • spkeys
    who is the artist?
  • Tsholo Dikgole

    What kind of Material is being used,,, I really love it


bennie93 wrote:Feb 24, 2012
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    The Shabby Nest
    Benjamin Moore's Decorator's White is a similar color.
  • bennie93
    Thanks...what a beautiful room! If I wanted some contrast where the molding will pop, do you have any other suggestions? Also, what color and finish is on the molding in this picture?
Gracious Style wrote:Dec 29, 2011
  • thiscouldwork
    I agree, Isn't it moody. Imagine this painting on a wall painted Grant Beige!! Something silvery/light grey.....oh la la.
  • imissnylinda
    HI Love the Art on the wall, please let us know where you got it and/or who the artist is, thank you.
Toni Brundage wrote:Aug 20, 2015
  • alizaben

    Hello, did you find who makes this table?

L P wrote:Dec 1, 2013
  • ecc234
    who is the artist/
evalina wrote:Jul 15, 2012
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    Carlisle Wide Plank Floors

    You could use a Walnut or stained White Oak floor to recreate this look. See some examples below, and contact us if we can answer any questions or provide you with design options.

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          soniakat wrote:Oct 27, 2011

            What Houzz contributors are saying:

            gabrielledistefano
            Elements of Style added this to How to Seat Your Dinner Guests in ComfortNov 30, 2012

            The upholstered dining chair. The origin of the word “chair” comes from the Latin “cathedra.” Seating for bishops and lords in cathedrals was distinguished by an upright structure, while common folk sat on benches or stools.Once you have chosen your table, you can choose your chairs. Scale is equal to comfort, and the wrong chair will be a cruel, daily reminder of that. The most comfortable seat height for a dining chair is when there is 10 to 12 inches between the top of the seat and the top of the dining table. If your chair is 18 to 20 inches from the floor to the top of the seat, it will fit well under a standard table. If you are buying off the showroom floor, a good way to judge the quality of an upholstered chair is to feel under the seat. If it’s hollow, it may not be worth your money. Feel for tightly woven webbing, usually made of jute or nylon, as this is the strongest. The coil springs are held together by this webbing. Stretchy, elastic webbing is a cheaper version and won’t last as long. A quality hardwood chair frame that has been doweled (small, round wooden pegs, glued and screwed into the timber joints) will last a lifetime.These fully upholstered dining chairs look incredibly comfortable. The seats are gently molded, and the backs are rounded for lumbar support, ensuring guests will enjoy their stay.

            nataliemyers
            Natalie Myers added this to Pick the Right Dining ChairMay 22, 2012

            You: Are traditional Your seating: Upholstered chairsNothing says "formal dining" like a set of well-upholstered chairs to go around a traditional table. The cushioned back and seat tell the diner you are in for a multicourse meal full of delicious treats and good conversation.

            amyrenea
            Amy Renea added this to Live Boldly: How to Fill That Blank WallDec 20, 2011

            At first you might not think you are an artist, but you will be surprised what you can come up with after some practice. Find a large, pre-stretched canvas at a thrift store, buy Oops paint from your local hardware store and experiment with different brush strokes. You might come up with a modern masterpiece.More: A Gallery Wall for Every Personality10 Design Strategies for Art LoversArt of the Unexpected

            What Houzzers are commenting on:

            trudigatland
            Trudi Gatland added this to StylingMay 18, 2019

            Dining room chair style with older table

            lollymacdonald
            lollymacdonald added this to TrimMar 19, 2019

            I really like the plain base trim against untrimmed openings.

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