The Penelope gold and lucite dining chair is a simply sophisticated form crafted of molded clear acrylic atop gold finished square stock iron. A subtly transitional dining chair to show off the background in your space.
The Penelope Clear Lucite and silver metal dining chair is a clear acrylic dining chair with an antique silver metal base that has a subtle curve to the frame for a transitional look.
The Penelope chrome and Lucite dining chair is a simply sophisticated form crafted of molded clear acrylic atop gold finished square stock iron. A subtly transitional dining chair to show off the background in your space.
Dining tables can be the heart of the holidays. With Thanksgiving just days away, it is time to reconnect and enjoy the many simple pleasures of the season that are shared over dining tables—indulgent meals, heartwarming conversation, and cozy gatherings of family and friends. Where does this holiday magic happen? Around dining tables, of course. Below, three designers share their favorite Gabby dining tables, each fit for a decadent feast. Whether your table is laid with sparkling crystal, heaping with glittering gifts, or frosted with a light powdering of baking flour, Gabby has designed timeless pieces perfect … read more
When a design-savvy family relocated to a new Nashville neighborhood, they called upon Natalie Hager, their longtime interior designer, to create a luminous space with weightless warmth. Belle Meade Highlands, located about twenty minutes from Downtown Nashville, is a neighborhood filled with Southern charm. Cottages are nestled amongst new construction, creating a harmonious blend of old and new architecture. When Natalie Hager began work on this Brookfield Avenue home, the interiors felt dull and divided—hardly suitable for the new owners, a vivacious young family. One element the designer hoped to preserve: the French-inspired detailing. Yet … read more
The rising trend of eclectic design, in part, has instigated lucite’s comeback. Lucite lets the architecture and features of the room shine, such as in the kitchen pictured below that was designed by Park and Oak of Glen Ellyn, IL. Christina Samatas, designer and founder of Park and Oak says, “We love incorporating lucite into our projects because it can provide a modern juxtaposition against a traditional backdrop, or can effortlessly disappear into a space while still making a major statement.” Christina notes that although lucite is on trend now “it has been used in … read more