17,180 Mediterranean Dining Room Design Ideas

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Spanish White Mediterranean
Spanish White Mediterranean
Maraya Interior DesignMaraya Interior Design
Spanish Classic Linen Colored dining room with upholstered dining chairs. A clean, contemporary white palette in this traditional Spanish Style home in Santa Barbara, California. Soft greys, beige, cream colored fabrics, hand knotted rugs and quiet light walls show off the beautiful thick arches between the living room and dining room. Stained wood beams, wrought iron lighting, and carved limestone fireplaces give a soft, comfortable feel for this summer home by the Pacific Ocean. White linen drapes with grass shades give warmth and texture to the great room. The kitchen features glass and white marble mosaic backsplash, white slabs of natural quartzite, and a built in banquet nook. The oak cabinets are lightened by a white wash over the stained wood, and medium brown wood plank flooring througout the home. Project Location: Santa Barbara, California. Project 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.
Il Nostro Sogno | Minneapolis Custom Home
Il Nostro Sogno | Minneapolis Custom Home
Streeter Custom BuilderStreeter Custom Builder
Light-filled kitchen eating area with round table and comfortable upholstered chairs
Spanish Revival House
Spanish Revival House
Colossus Mfg.Colossus Mfg.
Dining room with coffered wood ceiling, balanced with large cement tiles on the floors.

17,180 Mediterranean Dining Room Design Ideas

A Spanish Revival/ Spanish Colonial
A Spanish Revival/ Spanish Colonial
South Coast Architects, Inc.South Coast Architects, Inc.
Spanish Revival,Spanish Colonial The Dining Room is a unique, one-of-a-kind space, allowing for both extended exterior views and uncompromised intimacy. This is achieved with a Wine Cellar directly below the Dining Room, crafted from old world brick and modern glass cabinets that project upward through a glass floor connecting to the Dining Room and flowing into a classic barrel ceiling. The spectacular exterior views are enhanced by slide-away glass walls that can be concealed completely, opening the dining experience to the outdoors.
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