Contemporary, rustic, modern, or traditional; whatever your style, they've got your walls covered! This manufacturer offers a huge variety of high-quality, ready-to-hang wall art to compliment any decor. Their abundance of art themes ranges from fascinating abstracts to breathtaking landscapes, in an assortment of sizes and frames. Whether it's displayed in the bedroom, living room, kitchen or office, their professionally handcrafted wall decor will be admired for years to come!
Coffee. Need we say more? With bold typography and lightly weathered details, this artwork pays tribute to our favorite beverage on any wall. Printed on wood, this accent brings a rustic touch to your decor. It’s a perfect pick for displaying alongside French presses and stacked coffee pods and works just as well mounted in your breakfast nook. Made in the USA, this piece is hand-finished and arrives ready to hang. Cream and sugar not included.
Make any space in your home innovative and unique by adding this Glam art piece made by real artists. With an overarching Pink color and Watercolor texture that will add a dynamic feel to your home décor. This Fashion wall décor is printed using ultra-premium and fade resistant inks to guarantee high definition and vivid colors. Each piece is made with museum grade canvas professionally hand stretched in a 1.5 inch-thick wood frame. Our wall art is carefully wrapped with a layer of...
I’ve been wondering what can be done to separate a dining room and living room if they are in the same space. I’ve been looking at purchasing new dining room furniture. I’m glad that you mentioned putting in a rug for the dining room. In the photo, the rug does look like it separates the dining room from the living room. This might be something that I will consider as I shop around.
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.
Is that blank wall dragging your well-crafted ensembles down? Brightening up with a piece of wall art like this is a great way to transform those ho-hum hallways or dreary dens. Perfect for a touch of vintage style, this two-piece set features prints of Art Nouveau-inspired advertisements. Printed in North America on paper, each piece in this set measures 35'' H x 21.5'' W x 1'' D and is wrapped in a wood frame for a classic look.
Inspired by the lush landscape just outside the windows (which were salvaged from an old train depot!), the homeowner of this 105-year-old Victorian farmhouse filled the dining room with rustic wood elements and pops of green. The Beech wishbone chairs, which are lacquered in an apple green, pop against the large antique hutch that stores the homeowner's collection of copper Moscow mule mugs and green and white china. A pale pink Oriental rug with subtle hints of sky blue and chartreuse rounds out the mix.
A wall-length antique French cupboard anchors this dining room by designer Brigitte Garnier. Chandelier, chairs in Bruder linen, Asian celadon porcelain and Belgian coffeepots, all antiques. Tableskirt in Etro silk under antique linen tablecloth. Vases and candlesticks, Garnier Home Collection. Curtains in Decortex silk. All flowers, Brigitte Garnier and Costersveld.
In this dining room designed by Bunny Williams, a neutral palette unifies a collection of dining chairs, while a painted floor adds graphic punch. Vintage Louis XV-style dining chairs in Old World Weavers fabric. Italian 19th-c. chandelier, Evergreen Antiques. Vintage sconces, 1stdibs. French 19th-c. table. Georgian highboy. Curtains in Brunschwig & Fils silk. Wallpaper, Gracie.
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.
The ceiling is just as important as the floor – sometimes more so. If you want to create an intimate feel for your dinner parties, visually lower a ceiling by installing a dark feature, like a stained wood slat design. This tip can work in just about any room dimensions but use caution on low ceilings, you don’t want to leave your diners feeling claustrophobic.
Bring home the 'Alexia Panels' 2 Piece Graphic Art Set and add a vintage flair to your decor. This set of wall art panels imitates original artwork created by artist who is considered as an icon in the home furnishings industry. It has intricate detailing that makes the panels aesthetically appealing. The 'Alexia Panel' 2 Piece Graphic Art Set is constructed from manufactured wood which makes it sturdy and durable. The panels come in rust brown finish with burnished and distressed gold...
Make any space in your home innovative and unique by adding this Modern & Contemporary art piece made by real artists. With an overarching Gray color and Metallic texture that will add a dynamic feel to your home décor. This Food & Beverage wall décor is printed using ultra-premium and fade resistant inks to guarantee high definition and vivid colors. Our wall art is carefully wrapped with a layer of shrink-wrap that protects the surface and then wrapped with heavy-duty bubble wrap, ensuring...
In this dining room designed by Charles Spada, Boiserie paneling frames a collection of Creil plates. Creil dishware and English dining table, all Antiques on 5. The candelabra, creamware tureen, silver cups as vases, lantern, lamps, and grandfather clock are all antiques. The antique French chairs are upholstered in leather. The curtains are a Marvic Textiles cotton.
Leta Foster has spent the last 35 years designing interiors so well that her three daughters followed in her footsteps, becoming the "& Associates" in her firm. When this breakfast room project in an early-1900s Richmond home came to Leta, she tapped daughter Sallie Giordano to collaborate. Together, they decorated the space to fit a young family while honoring its original architect, William Bottomley.