Whether you're decking out your Manhattan loft or you're planning your first trip to The Big Apple, this lovely photographic print is a welcome addition to your home. This design showcases the sparkling NYC skyline alongside the Brooklyn Bridge, providing a panoramic view in gold, blue, and black hues for a subtle splash of color. Proudly made in the USA, this canvas is wrapped around a rectangular wooden frame before it arrives at your door, ready to hang with wall mounting hardware included.
In this dining room by designer Miles Redd, the scarlet accents, such as the chandelier shades, the drapery trim, and the hand-painted wallpaper by de Gournay, provide warm contrast to a sea of blue fabrics. Chandelier, Richard Keith Langham, chairs in Prelle silk velvet and girandole, all antiques. Curtains in Jim Thompson silk; Scalamandré trim. Scottish sideboard, Niall Smith Antiques. Lamps, Visual Comfort. All flowers, In Bloom.
In this Palm Beach dining room designed by Bunny Williams, a custom-painted sisal rug by Stark subtly evokes the shore with an oversized wave and chain pattern. The aqua blue walls are finished with a custom tinted Venetian plaster. A sleek, resin-topped table stylishly coexists with with antiques, such as the 18th century Italian console and 19th century English mahogany cabinet from Alexander Cohane. Contemporary art infuses a youthful vibe.
It’s no fun to always play by the rules when decorating, but I have several tried and true measurements that I refer back to again and again to help pull a room together. I’ve already shared my must-have measurements for hanging art and my tips for decorating living rooms and now we’re moving on to dining rooms. So if you’re wondering how high to hang a chandelier over your dining room table, the best size chairs to fit your table, or how large of a dining room rug to buy, these tips should help!
If it’s all one big room and you want t to look like one large space then I would do alll the same curtains. However if you are trying to divide it into two different rooms then different curtains will help with that, divide the space even further with a different rug for each space. I love indoor/outdoor rugs for kitchens or dining rooms since they’re so easy to clean. Hope that helps!
Teleport your abode to the desert with this absolutely eye-catching canvas print, featuring a photograph of a striking rock formation at sunset. Hang it up on an off-white or deep charcoal wall in the living room to let to offset its earthy tones, then add faded ikat rugs and neutral-toned burlap pillows into the space to lean into a Southwestern aesthetic in your environment. To transform your kitchen into a trendy coffee shop, try hanging this piece with sepia-toned photos and weathered wall...
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...
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.
Designer, decoupage artist, and shop-owner John Derian embraced the intimacy of the small dining room in his New York shop by cladding the walls in a large scale cabbage rose wallpaper he designed based on a 19th century Currier & Ives painting. An eclectic mix of seating, including a slipcovered sofa piled with pillows and vintage side and arm chairs, further amps up the cozy feel. Derian set the table with his own tableware collection, which features floral images from old instructional texts.