Look at this pretty Boat House....so lovely and inviting. What a perfect spot for a Summer Holiday.
Image 1 & 2 - Mike Newling
Indeed, I have changed my blog lay-out. I adapted my blog less or more to the lay -out of the website of my company http://www.lefevre.be/. I tried to use the colours of the site in my blog.
Since a few weeks I really wanted to publish larger pictures. My goodness, what a difficult job it was to me!! But in this blogger community there are such a nice people, who are so patient and willing to help! I have to thank Vanessa from the Decor Happy Blog and Julie from the Being Ruby Blog for their support!
I also want to thank my sister-in-law Nathalie to help me with the use of photofilter to create the new header of my blog!
Enough about my blogchange!
Today a post about beautiful, inspirational dining rooms. I am working on a dining room re-do for one of my clients and I was searching for pictures of dining rooms to show my client. Going through my files I stumbled upon some dining rooms of different styles that I wanted to share with you today.
This dining room by John Saladino is one of my favorites.
Beautiful colours for this dining room. And a beautiful chandelier.
No clutter for this contemporary dining room.
Classic furniture in a contemporary area.
A mix of classic and country style. I love the contrast of the dark brown painted walls and the white painted mantelpiece and doors.
Very classic but classy.
Sitting at this dining table makes you feel like a “chatelaine”.
Country style with a Swedish touch.
Solid table and gorgeous lighting.
Love the beach chairs around that table.
Don’t you love the combination of a dining corner and a sitting area in one room?
Royal dining room.
I love these chairs!
Royal dining room again ! This is one of my favorites!
Blue and white in combination with mahogany is always successful.
I always have loved a pair of wall tables placed at each side of a window.
Dining room by N. Haslam.
Not only the design of these chairs but also the colour of the fabric that matches the colour of the paneling, I adore in this room.
Comfortable chairs I guess!
I simply love this dining room.
Have a wonderful weekend!
Sonia Arriola's report on this years Maison et Objet in Paris reveals that a trend for large scale prints, bold colour pairings, denim blue, and neutrals that shimmer will be all the rage in 2010. I loved this image she shared on her flickr of some curtains hanging in the Dedar showroom in Paris...the fabric was apparently created to represent a digital print. To me they even look a bit ikatish!
Image - Katherine Kostreva