Monday, October 6, 2008

Dining in Style

Not really small but lots of WOW factor. I love them all!

14 comments:

Amy said...

I love you for admitting they are "not really small." I get all upset when people show what they term are "small spaces" that are bigger than half my house! LOL

Lisa said...

Amy,

Well I wish my blog could be everything small but I do love design in all shapes and sizes lol!
Good design is good design!

Inspired Kara said...

Hold the phone.

Is that a chandelier made of wine glasses?

Sugar Plum said...

I'm glad to see that small size doesn't mean poor design. Love the wow factor.

Layla said...

I LOVE WHITE WALLS!!!!!!

:-)
Layla
The Lettered Cottage

Sabina said...

As usual -- great post!!

LindsB said...

great post, I love those pics- the first is my fav!

sandra/tx said...

Interesting chandeliers in the top two pics.

gillberk said...

small spaces foster “cozy relations and better communication,” says the feng shui master; sometimes you just might want to spread out - even if the square footage says otherwise. If you want to make your space appears larger than life, try some of these super-sizing tips:1. De-clutter,2. Arrange art and furnishings,3. Double the space with a mirror,4. Add reflective surfaces,5. Try keeping as much floor space visible as possible and 6. Simplify color choices.
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gillberk

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Emily said...

Love the lighting in all of them.

Amber said...

I love that last kitchen photo. I so want to blow the ceiling off in my kitchen and take it up to the rafters.

the healthy ghost said...

Love that style

lauren said...

I love those lanterns!

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