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Nature-Inspired Dining Chairs for Your Modern Dining Room Design

Dining Chairs – Nature-inspired Dining Chairs will be today’s topic. Dining rooms can be the heart of a home. Not only do you share meals, but you also have the opportunity to connect with your family after many hours of work. Embracing patterns and textures can be what completes the look to give a unique essence to the environment. So, why not get inspired by nature and create a unique space that makes us feel like living an adventure every single day? Today we will show some examples of nature-inspired dining chairs that totally up the game of the dining room set. Nature-inspired Dining Chairs Modern Dining Room Design Red is such a bold colour to a dining room design (and we couldn’t start anywhere else than with this example). Red has a range of symbolic meanings through many different cultures, including life, health, vigour, war, courage, anger, love and religious fervour. When blending this colour in the leather-upholstered KANSAS dining chairs surrounded by the oval white marble AGRA dining table it transforms a simple dining room into a modern dining room set.     Green is one of our favourite colours to design a dining room, especially when you choose the right elements to go with. The green…

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Kaffe Fassett: Dreaming in Color

Kaffe Fassett was born in San Francisco in 1937. When he was 19, Kaffe won a scholarship to the Museum of Fine Arts School in Boston, but left after 3 months to paint in London. He settled in England in 1964. Kaffe ventured into the world of colourful yarn on a visit to a Scottish wool mill with fashion designer Bill Gibb. Inspired by the colours in the landscape, Kaffe was thrilled to find the same colours in yarns. He bought 20 colours of Shetland wool and some knitting needles, and on the train back to London a fellow passenger taught him how to knit. His first design appeared as a full page spread in Vogue Knitting magazine.   Missoni and Bill Gibb commissioned Kaffe’s early commercial collections, and his one-of-a-kind designs have been collected by Barbra Streisand, Lauren Bacall, John Schlesinger, Ali McGraw, Irene Worth, Shirley Maclaine, Helen Frankenthaler, Alan Bergman and H.RH Princess Michael of Kent. In 1988 Kaffe became the first living textile artists to have a one man show at the Victoria & Albert Museum. The exhibition attracted such crowds that the Museum doubled attendance figures during the run. A large part of Kaffe’s output is now…

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