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Great dining nook - banquette maximizes and softens the space but the small, clear/wire chairs don't take up any visual space which makes the room feel bigger.

Stef Albert Aix-en-Provence

Classic period interior design of a French hotel in Aix-en-Provence by Stef Albert

The Bar Cart Collection Let's Do Cocktails Print by EvelynHenson

Let's Do Cocktails x 11 Bar Cart Print by EvelynHenson on Etsy- THIS CART- Perfect for my coffee bar cart in my office!

How to set up a bar cart

This faux-bamboo bar cart and chair are genius. I heart Society Social!

Love - Love! Logs, rustic white chic and Swedish aga

Porcelain warehouse shades add color and vintage flavor to this open dining and living space. Porcelain pendants are a classic light for industrial style spaces

Banquette, IN LOVE WITH THIS!!!!

Forget the traditional dining room table. Built-in banquette seating is much more fun! You can also create storage in the seat of the bench. I love the colors, the beadboard, and the botanical prints.

Love the neutral colours. Like: Small Stool at end od table, floors and the heart on wall.

Idea for island dining room lighting Love the neutral colours. Like: Small Stool at end od table, floors and the heart on wall.

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Live Edge Dining Table for your dining room inspiration. In this article also you can make DIY Live Edge Dining Table reduce your cost.

Artist Chris Lucas' "little paradise" on HufPo article on artist's studios

44 Stunning Art Studios That Will Inspire You To Get Back To Work

Chris Lucas' "little paradise" - 44 Stunning Art Studios That Will Inspire You To Get Back To Work

inspiration: back porch dining room

farmhouse kitchen table with bench. ::::: Maybe a -real- bench instead of a breakfast nook bench!

A five storey town house in Notting Hill described by House & Garden magazine as a ‘lesson in balance and harmonious contrasts’.  Created for husband and wife clients with differing tastes, brought together with the skills of Suzy Hoodless and architects Hackett Holland. A minimal and neutral base creates a framework for bursts of stronger colours. Bespoke black and …

Hackett Holland collaborated with Interior Decorator, Suzy Hoodless to transform this substantial end of terrace house in Notting Hill. An entirely new Basement level of approximately 56 sq metres has been added to the existing 4 storeys.

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