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Wimbledon Contemporary Dining Room, London

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Large trendy light wood floor dining room photo in London with white walls and no fireplace — Houzz

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daffodilmama wrote:
Very lovely window treatment. What is the name of this type of shade?
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daffodilmama

Very pretty. Thank you.


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cpbigmac

Where did the woden chairs come from

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tenacoley wrote:
Who makes the shades and what is material?
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tenacoley
I am sorry I meant the window treatment.
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Godrich Interiors
The fabric is by Castello del Barro. They were made bespoke by our curtain supplier.
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willmos braver wrote:
display case - Hi where can I get this display case thank you
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Godrich Interiors

These were purchased from Oka and re-finished. Unfortunately they no longer sell them!

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anneimmelman

where is the fabric from for the blind? Thanks

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5067 wrote:
Great table - do you sell them in the usa?
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Godrich Interiors
This is a antique table that we bought from a dealer in London. It's a one off sorry!
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DownHomeLiving

We can make a table like this, please visit us at DownHomeLiving

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glargle wrote:
the shade - I am curious as to why the shade goes above the ceiling. I noticed an opening in the ceiling that the shade is mounted in.
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lily brown
That is how it was made
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Godrich Interiors
There is a recess in the ceiling cavity (that was created for all window treatments when we built the house) in order to hide the blind and curtain headings for a more contemporary look.
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Patina Antiques and Interiors wrote:
Beatiful, pale floors. Are they white oak with a grayed stain?
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They are wide oak engineered boards which we had stained with a grey/white oil.
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wjasonw
Good floor
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emecke wrote:
Love your chairs. Where did you get them?
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Godrich Interiors

The white ones are 1960's classic Tulip chairs, the wooden ones are vintage and the grey ones are again 1960's classic Planter side chair.

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pinkpanther59 wrote:
Paint color - What is the name of the paint color on those cabinets?
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Godrich Interiors
Farrow and Ball - Charleston grey.
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Jan Clatworthy wrote:
The lights are beautiful. Where are they from?
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Godrich Interiors
Thanks! These lights were made by our sister company Signed and Original. They were made bespoke for this job. We also have a giant version of these in our office!
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