9,29,065 Dining Room Design Ideas
Tate Studio Architects
Great Room anchored by the large fireplace with large sliding glass doors that open up to the outside patios. Builder - Build Inc, Interior Design - Tate Studio Architects, Landscape - Desert Foothills Landscape, Photography - Thompson Photographic.
BAKER POSEY DESIGN
We created this built-in dining nook, under the second story addition of the master bath
Albatron Rustic White Oak 9/16 x 9 ½ x 96” Albatron: This light white washed hardwood floor inspired by snowy mountains brings elegance to your home. This hardwood floor offers a light wire brushed texture. Specie: Rustic French White Oak Appearance: Color: Light White Variation: Moderate Properties: Durability: Dense, strong, excellent resistance. Construction: T&G, 3 Ply Engineered floor. The use of Heveas or Rubber core makes this floor environmentally friendly. Finish: 8% UV acrylic urethane with scratch resistant by Klumpp Sizes: 9/16 x 9 ½ x 96”, (85% of its board), with a 3.2mm wear layer. Warranty: 25 years limited warranty.
Horton & Co
Photography by Sean Litchfield
Bravas Boca Raton
Fully integrated Signature Estate featuring Creston controls and Crestron panelized lighting, and Crestron motorized shades and draperies, whole-house audio and video, HVAC, voice and video communication atboth both the front door and gate. Modern, warm, and clean-line design, with total custom details and finishes. The front includes a serene and impressive atrium foyer with two-story floor to ceiling glass walls and multi-level fire/water fountains on either side of the grand bronze aluminum pivot entry door. Elegant extra-large 47'' imported white porcelain tile runs seamlessly to the rear exterior pool deck, and a dark stained oak wood is found on the stairway treads and second floor. The great room has an incredible Neolith onyx wall and see-through linear gas fireplace and is appointed perfectly for views of the zero edge pool and waterway. The center spine stainless steel staircase has a smoked glass railing and wood handrail. Photo courtesy Royal Palm Properties
There’s no statelier way to dine than around the table of this gracious South Carolina mountain home. Far from rustic, the room’s warm and airy grandeur provides an elegant space for both casual meals and elegant soirees. An espresso-stained trestle table stands on an Oushak rug in shades of almond, ecru and wheat, grounding this traditional dining room. Surrounding the table are large side chairs with carved legs covered in vanilla leather and trimmed with bronze nails. A taupe monogram on the back of each chair adds a personal touch reflecting the owners’ Southern roots. Wing-backed host chairs, dressed in a grey and cream mini stripe, bookend the table and complete the grouping. The table is set with vanilla linen napkins, silver napkin rings and gold placemats. Displayed above the grand cast stone fireplace is a floral still life painting in a watery palette of seafoam and aqua. Celadon vases are filled with dried branches and buds, adding softness and height. Ivory plaster walls keep the space light, while dark gray molding, exposed beams and walnut-stained floors add depth. The windows are painted Sherwin Williams Black Fox. Draperies of white sateen, embellished with champagne embroidery, fall to the floor from metal hardware. Suspended from the plaster ceiling is an iron chandelier, adding its own light to the natural rays flooding across the floor.
BAR Design + Construction
James Ray Spahn
View from Office/Guest Bedroom to the Dining Room and Kitchen. Custom made barrister bookcases for glassware. Bernd and Hilla Becher photographs.
Kennedy Cole Interior Design
Design: Three Salt Design Co. Photography: Lauren Pressey