This is a side table decorated with shiny "embroidered" belt of metal studs. It's called the Istanbul Side Table also by Shine Home, $910
Next, is the Albemarle Dining Chair by Barry Dixon Collection for Tomlinson/Erwin-Lambeth, $2,725. Take a look at this chair's back. This is an updated version of a popular chair made in the 40's and 50's.
What a beautiful cabinet! Visconti Large Cabinet, $2,250 by Bungalow5
You can even have a stylish wastebasket! Not only are the nailheads decorative but it's also used to protect the edges from wear and tear. Brown "Crocodile" Nailhead Wastebasket, $97 Dransfield & Ross
This Safari Mirror is covered in brown leather with antique brass nail head trim. $2,169. Ralph Lauren Home
As you can see, when decorating with nailheads the possibilities are endless. Best of all, it's easy to do. All you need is a magnetic nylon tip hammer (the nylon tip prevents damage to the decorative nailhead), decorative nailheads of your choice, and a nail spacer (helps to space nailheads neatly and evenly). To save time, consider using nailhead trim strips instead of individual nailheads.
All photos are from House Beautiful
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