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  • KJ Mueller

    LOVE LOVE LOVE this dining room set! Maybe these patterns in slipcovers for Christmas and something simpler for everyday? Ballard Designs - Gentry Dining Room

  • Melissa Richards

    Ballard Designs - Gentry Dining Room I love the English Country feel to this dining room. It is elegant yet eclectic and I love the touches of greenery. The current décor would transition well from Thanksgiving to Christmas. After all, in the US Thanksgiving is the official start of the holiday season. #Anthropologie and #PinToWin

  • Natasha Winton

    great mix of chair fabrics

  • Juliette Dalrymple

    Ballard Design. Mixed fabric dining chairs - toile and tartans.

  • Tiffani Todd

    Suzanne Kasler Ballard Designs Tartan Plaid Colorful mix

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