1,88,739 American Dining Room Design Ideas
Splash Kitchens & Baths LLC
New Construction- The big challenge of this kitchen was the lack of wall cabinet space due to the large number of windows, and the client’s desire to have furniture in the kitchen . The view over a private lake is worth the trade, but finding a place to put dishes and glasses became problematic. The house was designed by Architect, Jack Jenkins and he allowed for a walk in pantry around the corner that accommodates smaller countertop appliances, food and a second refrigerator. Back at the Kitchen, Dishes & glasses were placed in drawers that were customized to accommodate taller tumblers. Base cabinets included rollout drawers to maximize the storage. The bookcase acts as a mini-drop off for keys on the way out the door. A second oven was placed on the island, so the microwave could be placed higher than countertop level on one of the only walls in the kitchen. Wall space was exclusively dedicated to appliances. The furniture pcs in the kitchen was selected and designed into the plan with dish storage in mind, but feels spontaneous in this casual and warm space. Homeowners have grown children, who are often home. Their extended family is very large family. Father’s Day they had a small gathering of 24 people, so the kitchen was the heart of activity. The house has a very restful feel and casually entertain often.Multiple work zones for multiple people. Plenty of space to lay out buffet style meals for large gatherings.Sconces at window, slat board walls, brick tile backsplash, Bathroom Vanity, Mudroom, & Kitchen Space designed by Tara Hutchens CKB, CBD (Designer at Splash Kitchens & Baths) Finishes and Styling by Cathy Winslow (owner of Splash Kitchens & Baths) Photos by Tom Harper.
Jane Group Inc.
Custom Niche Modern Lighting over bespoke dining table with steel windows and doors. Photo by Jeff Herr Photography.
Clark Collins - Collins Design & Development
Photo by Grey Crawford
Laura Lee Home
This open concept breakfast area off the kitchen is the hardest working room in the house. The show stopping sea glass chandelier sparkles as light streams in the windows overlooking the pool area. A pair of original abstract artwork in blue and white adorn the space. We mixed Sunbrella outdoor fabric chairs with leather seats that can be wiped off when the inevitable spill happens. An outdoor rug hides crumbs while standing up the wet feet tracking in from the adjacent patio and pool area.
Lauren Miles Interior Design
A live edge walnut dining table with bronze base pairs nicely with the bronze bubble light above the table. The view into the family room is flanked by matching corner cabinets that were original to the historic home and provide extra storage for dishes.
Interior Design: Bruce Kading | Photography: Landmark Photography
Creative Group Interiors
Photo by Kip Dawkins Photography
Well Design llc
Bernardsville Interior Designer
California casual vibes in this Newport Beach farmhouse! Interior Design + Furnishings by Blackband Design Home Build + Design by Graystone Custom Builders