Dining Room Wall Decor Designs & Ideas
House + House Architects
Nestled into the quiet middle of a block in the historic center of the beautiful colonial town of San Miguel de Allende, this 4,500 square foot courtyard home is accessed through lush gardens with trickling fountains and a luminous lap-pool. The living, dining, kitchen, library and master suite on the ground floor open onto a series of plant filled patios that flood each space with light that changes throughout the day. Elliptical domes and hewn wooden beams sculpt the ceilings, reflecting soft colors onto curving walls. A long, narrow stairway wrapped with windows and skylights is a serene connection to the second floor ''Moroccan' inspired suite with domed fireplace and hand-sculpted tub, and "French Country" inspired suite with a sunny balcony and oval shower. A curving bridge flies through the high living room with sparkling glass railings and overlooks onto sensuously shaped built in sofas. At the third floor windows wrap every space with balconies, light and views, linking indoors to the distant mountains, the morning sun and the bubbling jacuzzi. At the rooftop terrace domes and chimneys join the cozy seating for intimate gatherings.
Kayron Brewer, CMKBD / Studio K B
Photography by Northlight Photography.
Caitlin Wilson Design
Courtney Apple Photography
Linda McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris Home
Home to a family of five, this lovely home features an incredible kitchen with a brick archway, custom cabinetry, Wolf and Sub-Zero professional appliances, and Waterworks tile. Heart of pine floors and antique lighting are throughout. The master bedroom has a gorgeous bed with nickel trim and is marked by a collection of photos of the family. The master bath includes Rohl fixtures, honed travertine countertops, and subway tile. Rachael Boling Photography
Mackenzie Collier Interiors
Interior Design by Mackenzie Collier Interiors (Phoenix, AZ), Photography by Jaryd Niebauer Photography (Phoenix, AZ)
Tsiantar Architects Ltd
The original house was previously extended but had not been constructed to be in keeping with a building of this age and architectural appearance. We demolished the existing garage and two storey rear extension, both of which formed part of the previous extension works, and replaced this with a single storey side extension and a two storey rear extension, both of which are on the same footprint. Furthermore we formed a small rear single storey entrance which enabled us to open up the existing stairs which were cramped and devoid of any natural light. The main principle of the scheme was to open up the interior of the building allowing for improved natural light and to create an efficient, ergonomic family dwelling which blends into the long-established neighbourhood. All materials that have been used are in keeping with the period of the house and the design of the extension retain the proportions and heights of the existing period of the property, along with the windows and doors and a new Victorian styled traditional sky lantern.
Design Build by Spinnaker Development of Newport Beach
Kathleen DiPaolo Designs
The kitchen has been made bigger by creating a wide opening and open shelves.
Kleebach Schmitt Bergmann Architekten
Foto: Martina Pipprich, Mainz
Christine Ubbink Design
Photo by David Barrios
Developer & Builder: Stuart Lade of Timberdale Homes LLC, Architecture by: Callaway Wyeth: Samuel Callaway AIA & Leonard Wyeth AIA, photos by Olson Photographic
This dining room is a transitional design. Traditional furniture with more contemporary finishes.
VM Concept Interior Design Studio
This classic Venetian-style dining room was created for intimate entertaining. The client’s wish for warm, rich colors was realized in the metallic bronze glaze achieved in a five-step process. From the tin ceiling to the custom silk area rug, this room exudes comfortable sophistication.
Color Splash - David Bromstad