Modern meets traditional in this ethereal space, where designer David Scott paired furnishings made by contemporary artisans, like the Zhipeng Tan table and chandelier by master glass artist Jeff Zimmerman, with 1790s chalk-painted French armchairs. Natural textures, such as the woven leather rug from Doris Leslie Blau and the lacquered raffia wallpaper from Phillip Jeffries ground the space, while neutral drapery fabric and trim from Holland & Sherry and a blue ceiling keeps the mood light and airy. The painting is by Larry Poons.
Now let’s get started. This is the view standing in the foyer looking into our dining room. I love the large window, it brings in a lot of natural light. I designed the curtains to enhance the middle crescent. I placed a stationary panel to each side of the window on a decorative drapery rod. I didn’t want to hide the window with drapes or heavy curtains.
Depicts candles arranged on a platter with decorative ribbon accents. Candles are illuminated from behind the canvas by 3 amber LED lights. Lights flicker creating the illusion of real candles. Comes ready-to-hang with a hook on the back. Convenient on/off switch on the side. Requires (2) "AA" size batteries - not included. For indoor use only. Material(s): Canvas/wood/MDF (medium-density fiberboard).
Mix a dash of vintage inspiration into any space with this painting print, showcasing a basket overflowing with plums, peaches, figs, and cherries with a written catalog down below. Beige, green, yellow, and red hues outfit this design for a subtle splash of color. Proudly made in the USA, this piece is printed on a cotton canvas, gallery-wrapped over wooden bars, and set within a polycarbonate floater frame for contemporary appeal.
This Locust Valley, New York, dining room by designer Meg Braff takes its color cues from a pair of antique chinoiserie panels that flank the entrance. A punchy table cloth by Lulu DK and the grass cloth wall covering by Meg Braff Designs provide relaxed contrast to the room’s more formal antiques, like the Regency chairs from Rumi Antiques and the Baltic crystal chandelier, and other décor, such as the apple green drapery and valance, both in a fabric from Holland & Sherry. A black lacquer credenza, by Jansen, grounds the pastel space with sophisticated polish.
This involves the artist's mastery as many individual pieces of iron is cut and welded by hand. It is handpainted to the artist's taste to create an exclusive work of mixed media. In visual art, mixed media is an artwork in which more than one medium or material has been employed. This piece employs the master of ironwork, woodwork, and hand painting. The expressive uniqueness of this wall art will enhance any environment with a one of a kind, individual work of art. This art is simple to hang...