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Chiquit Brammall added this to What's the Best Upholstery Material for Dining Chairs?15 December 2019

1. LeatherThere is a richness in leather upholstery, which effortlessly infuses a sleek and sophisticated look into the dining room.ProsLeather is a very strong and durable material that comes with a natural shine.Leather upholstery is easy to maintain. In case of stains or spills, the leather surface can be cleaned with a damp cloth. One can retain the shine of leather by using leather cleaners regularly.Leather does not allow accumulation of dust mites, pet dander and other allergens.Another plus is that leather ages very well and looks better as it gets older.ConsGood-quality leather upholstery is very expensive.It is available in limited colour options.Leather is highly prone to scratches and is not pet-friendly. The lighter scratches can be rectified with leather polish.Tip: Avoid using suede leather to upholster dining chairs because this form of leather stains easily and requires professional cleaning.Find suppliers and retailers of dining room furniture

Niki Bruce added this to Best of the Week: 40 Fabulous Kitchen Islands10 October 2018

27. Location: SingaporeDesigner: VersaformFeatures: An flyover shelf adds more storage.

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Nicholas Chee added this to Nicholas' Ideas9 April 2020

Interesting design on side of island

Kimberlee Baxter added this to Ideas for Every Room or Function in the House, Even Outdoor Rooms!3 August 2018

Wow, what a great looking design project! Love how inviting and cheerful this kitchen island/bar is—illuminated with lights from underneath and with artisanal Pendant lights from above! The suspended shelves from the ceiling is another great idea. I also love the the glass and metal folding doors that help to keep this look open but also help to mark the transition between the kitchen and the family room! My artistic eye goes to that blank wall behind it, though, and wants to put one of the amazing hand-made paintings (not massed produced) that I have pinned in my ideabooks. However, the minimalist will enjoy how this kitchen island/bar seems to “float” in this space with the white walls!

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