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Fabulously french dining room...

Photo: Bruxelles Antiques


I think that I maybe in french dining room heaven!

It contains everything that I love amd more..........I adore the chairs, the hanging light above the table, the table lamps, gorgeous original tiles on the floor, in a word it is FaBuLoUs!


Here's another photo just incase you missed the first...



Photo: Bruxelles Antiques


à très bientôt
L x

Comments

  1. that dining room is so so gorgoues!!

    ps, thanks for the payment, will send the H&M shirt collar top to you via Airmail tomorrow :)

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  2. LOVE...and a fireplace and a peak at the wonderful kitchen beyond. You are so right - it has everything

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  3. I love the colors and warmth of this room - beautiful!

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  4. Hello Leann! This'd be the perfect dining room for me too! Charming atmosphere!!!
    Wish you a nice evening!
    Vale

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  5. Eye-catching dining room furniture that not only looks amazing but is also affordable, check out this classy Dining Room Furniture Set

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  6. this room is so you...I can see us having a beautiful french dinner, good french red wine and perhaps we might fine a good Australian red to drink as well...

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  7. I absolutely adore those chairs and ceiling!!!

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  8. Love the large stone fire place; have always dreamed of having one like in your photo....dream on. Anyway it doesnt hurt to dream! Amandaxx

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  9. That looks great! Spacify offers wide range of Modern Table Lamps for your home.

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  10. BBBEEEAUTIFUL! I love the lamps with the half shades. These are so hard to find in my area. I am going to my french importer in Jacksonville IL, Eurotrash, on Monday. She sells wholesale (I used to have a store) I am so excited. I'm going to have her look for some of those lamps for me!

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  11. Oh wow, heaven indeed! That fireplace is to die for! Love it!
    Simone :)

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  12. I love the casual elegance of the room...so beautiful. This is a room that I would like to use every day!

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  15. They look adorable. I bought my dining room furniture from Ballard Designs years ago and I still love them.

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