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post #1876 of 3468
But should the rug also match the drapes?

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post #1877 of 3468
Really like that, been on the low hunt for nice whiskey glass, will have tocheck them out
post #1878 of 3468
I am happy this thread has started i want a more masuline/edgy bathroom design in my apartment its due for a revamp seen a few freestanding baths i like. Spotted a few heated towel rails to bring the hard chrome edge into play, i like this design very white but using black as a contrast especially love the chair. Anyone got any tips how i could achieve that look or any photos of your cool bathrooms for abit of inspiration

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My bathroom is only small so cant go to epic with it smile.gif
post #1879 of 3468
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Originally Posted by Brigid Jones View Post

I have one to sell just like this one but I am based in the UK.

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Originally Posted by Emma Smith View Post

HI,

Furniture would look more prettier with a matching Rug. Isn't it?

 
Regards,

Emma




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What is going on with all the spam in this thread.


That whiskey glass guy, has 4 post and all link to the same www. sarcasm.gif
post #1880 of 3468
Same on the Eames Chair Copy thread. I think Eames is attracting them cry.gif
post #1881 of 3468
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Originally Posted by oscarm View Post

i like this design very white but using black as a contrast especially love the chair. Anyone got any tips how i could achieve that look or any photos of your cool bathrooms for abit of inspiration

If you like the chair, it's this:
http://www.emeco.net/products/111-navy-chair-charcoal
post #1882 of 3468
I use the original aluminum navy chairs for my outdoor dining....they're a torture device if you sit for more than about an hour.
post #1883 of 3468
Thanks for that ill have to take a look Zbromer looks like a very indepth website so ill take a look at it, they are stunningly crafted though i must say it would look ideal in my room

And yes i think we get the picture that you are selling whiskey glasses!! biggrin.gif
post #1884 of 3468
any idea how much these chairs are?

Thanks
post #1885 of 3468
Are you asking about the chairs that were just posted? On the site it says 275 USD.
post #1886 of 3468
Yes i was thankyou for that CalTex just me being a dumb ass biggrin.gif
post #1887 of 3468

My fiance is in this French style kick and now are bedroom furniture is taking that turn.  My opinion doesn't seem to matter so does anyone want to weigh in?

 

The bed:

Stanley Furniture 

 

 

 

Possible room chair:

Restoration hardware

post #1888 of 3468
restoration furniture is underwhelming in quality. I use them occasionally for simple lights or hardware. Nothing major.
post #1889 of 3468
That chair looks old.

Why are you buying a new chair that looks old?
post #1890 of 3468

Vintage is what she is going for.  Very feminine is what I call it.  As for the quality of the chair I have yet to check it out.  I have noticed there are some antique auctions around the area that may have a better piece.  The bed is purchased, the chair is waiting until the weekend but I may be able to get an agreement on waiting.

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