2,35,203 American Dining Room Design Ideas

Wine Country Rustic
Wine Country Rustic
BK Interior DesignBK Interior Design
Perched on a hilltop high in the Myacama mountains is a vineyard property that exists off-the-grid. This peaceful parcel is home to Cornell Vineyards, a winery known for robust cabernets and a casual ‘back to the land’ sensibility. We were tasked with designing a simple refresh of two existing buildings that dually function as a weekend house for the proprietor’s family and a platform to entertain winery guests. We had fun incorporating our client’s Asian art and antiques that are highlighted in both living areas. Paired with a mix of neutral textures and tones we set out to create a casual California style reflective of its surrounding landscape and the winery brand.
Martis Camp, Lake Tahoe
Martis Camp, Lake Tahoe
Studio V Interior Architecture and DesignStudio V Interior Architecture and Design
High country mountain home defines the interiors of this handsome residence coupled with the whimsy of an enchanted forest.
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Williamson River Ranch
Williamson River Ranch
Judith Balis InteriorsJudith Balis Interiors
This new construction project in Williamson River Ranch in Eagle, Idaho was Built by Todd Campbell Homes and designed and furnished by me. Photography By Andi Marshall.
Glenview Classic
Glenview Classic
Dual Concept DesignDual Concept Design
A transitional dining room, where we incorporated the clients' antique dining table and paired it up with chairs that are a mix of upholstery and wooden accents. A traditional navy and cream rug anchors the furniture, and dark gray walls with accents of brass, mirror and some color in the artwork and accessories pull the space together.
1902 Historic Kitchen & Pantry Alamo Heights Remodel
1902 Historic Kitchen & Pantry Alamo Heights Remodel
Haven Design and ConstructionHaven Design and Construction
This 1902 San Antonio home was beautiful both inside and out, except for the kitchen, which was dark and dated. The original kitchen layout consisted of a breakfast room and a small kitchen separated by a wall. There was also a very small screened in porch off of the kitchen. The homeowners dreamed of a light and bright new kitchen and that would accommodate a 48" gas range, built in refrigerator, an island and a walk in pantry. At first, it seemed almost impossible, but with a little imagination, we were able to give them every item on their wish list. We took down the wall separating the breakfast and kitchen areas, recessed the new Subzero refrigerator under the stairs, and turned the tiny screened porch into a walk in pantry with a gorgeous blue and white tile floor. The french doors in the breakfast area were replaced with a single transom door to mirror the door to the pantry. The new transoms make quite a statement on either side of the 48" Wolf range set against a marble tile wall. A lovely banquette area was created where the old breakfast table once was and is now graced by a lovely beaded chandelier. Pillows in shades of blue and white and a custom walnut table complete the cozy nook. The soapstone island with a walnut butcher block seating area adds warmth and character to the space. The navy barstools with chrome nailhead trim echo the design of the transoms and repeat the navy and chrome detailing on the custom range hood. A 42" Shaws farmhouse sink completes the kitchen work triangle. Off of the kitchen, the small hallway to the dining room got a facelift, as well. We added a decorative china cabinet and mirrored doors to the homeowner's storage closet to provide light and character to the passageway. After the project was completed, the homeowners told us that "this kitchen was the one that our historic house was always meant to have." There is no greater reward for what we do than that.
Jasmine Street Residence Project
Jasmine Street Residence Project
Truss Interiors & RenovationsTruss Interiors & Renovations
This bright dining room features a monumental wooden dining table with green leather dining chairs with black legs. The wall is covered in green grass cloth wallpaper. Close up photographs of wood sections create a dramatic artistic focal point on the dining area wall. Wooden accents throughout.
Crisp Architects
Crisp Architects
Crisp ArchitectsCrisp Architects
Country home on 50 acres with beautiful views. Photographer: Rob Karosis
European Inspired Timber Frame Home - Dining Room
European Inspired Timber Frame Home - Dining Room
Riverbend Timber FramingRiverbend Timber Framing
The stone wall and timber hearth and beams are the focal point of this simple yet stunning dining room. Photo Credit: Longviews Studios, Inc
rustic dining table in old cottage
rustic dining table in old cottage
Maraya Interior DesignMaraya Interior Design
Rustic Modern stone house. House is one room. This 120 year old one room stone cabin features real rock walls and fireplace in a simple rectangle with real handscraped exposed beams. Old concrete floor, from who knows when? The stainless steel kitchen is new, everything is under counter, there are no upper cabinets at all. Antique butcher block sits on stainless steel cabinet, and an old tire chain found on the old farm is the hanger for the cooking utensils. Concrete counters and sink. Designed by Maraya Interior Design for their best friend, Paul Hendershot, landscape designer. You can see more about this wonderful cottage on Design Santa Barbara show, featuring the designers Maraya and Auriel Entrekin. All designed by Maraya Interior Design. From their beautiful resort town of Ojai, they serve clients in Montecito, Hope Ranch, Malibu, Westlake and Calabasas, across the tri-county areas of Santa Barbara, Ventura and Los Angeles, south to Hidden Hills- north through Solvang and more.
Dining room restored
Dining room restored
Tim Andersen ArchitectTim Andersen Architect
We restored original dining room buffet, box beams and windows. Owners removed a lower ceiling to find original box beams above still in place. Buffet with beveled mirror survived, but not the leaded glass. New art glass panels were made by craftsman James McKeown. Sill of flanking windows was the right height for a plate rail, so there may have once been one. We added continuous rail with wainscot below. Since trim was already painted we used smooth sheets of MDF, and applied wood battens. Arch in bay window and enlarged opening into kitchen are new. Benjamin Moore (BM) colors are "Confederate Red" and "Atrium White." Light fixtures are antiques, and furniture reproductions. David Whelan photo

2,35,203 American Dining Room Design Ideas

#urbanfarmhouse - Casual Dining Room
#urbanfarmhouse - Casual Dining Room
Laura Fox Interior Design, LLCLaura Fox Interior Design, LLC
Informal dining room with rustic round table, gray upholstered chairs, and built in window seat with firewood storage Photo by Stacy Zarin Goldberg Photography
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