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Photo Wall - Samsung Frame TV
Photo Wall - Samsung Frame TV
John Lewis & Partners
Exclusive to John Lewis, Samsung continue to evolve the home viewing experience by creating a 65" TV that blends seamlessly and artistically into your living space. In standby mode it displays art, either from its own expandable library, or you can upload pictures and photos yourself, so your TV transforms into an art piece to enhance your living space. It can mount flush to the wall like a picture in a gallery, or be displayed on a stand (wall mount and basic stand included). And it's blessed with Samsung's latest top-notch TV tech. Enjoy a stunning Certified Ultra HD 4K HDR picture, access a world of online entertainment via Samsung's Smart Hub, and control all compatible devices via one remote control. The Frame is a masterpiece of home entertainment.
DC Dining Room
DC Dining Room
Alison Giese Interiors
This polished dining room keeps sleek lines in play, while still feeling warm and welcoming. The custom-designed zebra-print host chairs take center stage, and play beautifully with the rich teal silk curtains. The art deco lines of the table maintain the air of luxury in a clean, crisp way. Photo by: Robert Radifera Styling: Charlotte Safavi
2016 Christopher Showhouse
2016 Christopher Showhouse
Peacock Pavers
Interior application of Peacock Pavers in Rice White
Traditional & Timeless Design -- Dining Room
Traditional & Timeless Design -- Dining Room
HomeClick
American Drew Cherry Grove 45th Breakfront China Cabinet in Classic Antique Cherry From the 45th Anniversary Cherry Grove Collection, this china cabinet incorporates 18th century traditional design elements, scaled to suit today's standard of living. The attention to detail, exquisite craftsmanship and timeless styling of this china cabinet will be treasured for generations. Classic elements include a breakfront design, broken pediment with urn finial, and an Antique Cherry finish over richly grained cathedral cherry veneers. The lighted display case has adjustable glass shelving with plate grooves, and the base offers plenty of concealed storage. Celebrate tradition with this Cherry Grove china cabinet.
Magnolia Home Framework Dining Room
Magnolia Home Framework Dining Room
Star Furniture
Magnolia Home was inspired by the utility of working industrial pieces for their Industrial Framework Dining Table. Its top features a lift-off center that reveals a zinc planter bucket inside. Use it to hold drinks on ice, cut flowers or maybe even plant some herbs for handy use. - Zinc planter insert in top center under removable cover. - Wooden shelf in stretcher base. - Square tubular metal legs in black finish. - Sturdy H-shaped stretcher base. - Rustic Milk Crate finish. COLLECTION FEATURES This beautiful line was designed exclusively by Joanna Gaines to convey her fresh, unique design style that embodies her lifestyle of home and family. Each piece falls onto a specific genre: Boho, Farmhouse, French Inspired, Industrial, Primitive or Traditional. Painted finishes and wood stains are offered that replicate the look of age-worn vintage patinas. This piece is part of her Industrial genre, which is bold, holds purpose and comes with a strength and a story that inspires the practical side of any room. The items in this genre come from hard-working spaces; like factories, warehouses and farms. They play bold vertical and horizontal lines against the patina of work-worn and aged metals.
dining room
dining room
Whitney Lyons
Photo: Whitney Lyons © 2012 Houzz
Mark Dutka
Mark Dutka
InHouse Design Studio
This dining room cabinet replaced an existing sliding door cabinet. The client wanted an open storage solution that would highlight their glass ware and bae a focal point for the room. The copper backsplash reflected copper touches in other parts of the home.
Dining Room Updates
Dining Room Updates
Home At Last Decor
This room used to be a living room, but we converted it to a dramatic dining room instead. With the stunning two story draperies and oversized chandelier, the WOW factor is obvious. Wall color and fabrics, wood colors and finishing touches all compliment each other to tie the space together.