Thank you - they are lovely aren't they? We actually imported these from the US a few years ago now. I don't believe they are available any more. Take a look at the Alfred pendant at Beacon Lighting. This may work for you perhaps?
Good luck! Vanessa
They are pretty yum aren't they? They give a lovely reflection when on at night.
I can check to see if the wholesale supplier have any more in stock. How many did you need?
Have a great day - Vanessa
Hi Angela! Love the new kitchen! As you have included french doors in your design we suggest you use either a white subway tile or contrasting marble tile or splash-back to match the aesthetic of your kitchen! Hope that helps, The Schneider Electric Team.
Tempured or toughened glass is perfectly safe as a splashback behind a gas cooktop or stove. I don't recommend an acrylic splashback behind any kind of stove or cooktop.
I'm not a fan of ornate stuff but in this instance I agree with Vanessa..that frame would just add the wow factor to your dining room..
Agree with the ornate frame which will add more interest than the plain frames. The other two don't seem like they will add any personality to the setting at all.
Wallpaper - of course more than one wallpaper is just fine - depending on where in the house! I wouldn't recommend adjoining areas but separate bedrooms of course would be fine. If going for some fun, a powder room is somewhere you never spend too much time in (hopefully) and therefore the level of WOW can be much more and your imagination can run wild! I am not a fan of feature walls and that goes for wallpaper as well. Of course, cost can be restrictive but if possible, go all out and paper all walls in a room/space.
Yes, I was wondering about the feature wall thing - it might work in the conservatory as the only real wall is the ONLY wall....will have to see and am not sold on this effect here as I have some art I would also like to use. The powder room is on the list for later and I would like to have some fun there too. I was thinking about the study (where I spend too much of my time) and want to create a really cozy space so wallpaper should work well here....just to choose!! Thanks Vanessa :)
I love Kendall Charcoal! I think that would look great in your space! A dark door makes a nice accent and will look updated. It will be a better complement to your space than glossy black.
The other walls are BM Revere Pewter, they work well together
Hi debex, go for white, you won't regret it, your room will feel fresh and clean and that's the best feeling in the world.
Bring colour in your accessorizes and it will look great. Good luck :)
Oh and you are in luck, terracotta is back in fashion ! And look great with brick.http://www.domain.com.au/advice/the-interior-trends-youll-be-loving-in-2017-20160309-gnek90/
I know this post it old but just wanted to say how beautiful your home is!
The white is much more timeless & allows for all the other patterns to stand out! Good job!
Congratulations! Glad you took my suggestion about the table.
Hi. Love the artwork above the couch. Can I ask where you purchased?