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James Traynor Custom Homes
Same as last, kitchen and dinning room are connected
breakfast area blending into the kitchen area
Look on dividing living and dining room...breakfast table chairs...Separate room...dinning room chandelier...kitchen, breakfast and back patio...Division between rooms...kitchen dining room
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breakfast room ceiling treatment
Dining Room...Dining room curtains...formal dining room...Breakfast nook...dining room plaid...Breakfast room...dining room lighting...Curtains in rounded room
Hall Place Residence
third floor master suite, as well as a breakfast room on the rear of the house. The goal was to use the modern addition to open up the existing masonry structure
floors was opened up with large glass windows and doors. The small breakfast room added to the first floor is clad with viroc concrete board inside and
with the existing context of the block, a row of historic homes. This addition addresses both the rear and side of the house, operating as another "front"
with full walls of glass that bring southern light and view into these rooms. This bay also rises above the third floor ceiling adding a feeling of
Borrowing light from another room, taking out a wall or adding a cut-out can make a big difference if your kitchen is room-locked with no direct sun.More:
white carcass and white, grey-veined marble work beautifully together. Additionally, wrapping the rear bench stone up the wall to form the splashback is
and polished hardwood floors, makes for a refined and relaxed look. The addition of three gold pendant lights above creates a visual balance by drawing
Marble effect? Pine on breakfast bar
Scott Edwards Architecture
West Hills Remodel
This remodel and addition to a 1950s ranch in the Portland Hills added 2,000 sf in addition to the 1,500sf existing footprint. The design, centered around
Smaller room with kitchenette screened off
Office in a closet with large sliding doors. Plenty of sunlight in the room needed.
happy inside. Make room for your full-sun plants near a south-facing window for maximum sunlight. Partial-sun plants can go in a room with east- or west-facing
SF Ranch House Retreat
What a great room! What was used for the window treatments?
potential coffer ceiling beam and bead board design for living room and dining room. In addition I love the simple beams used. A bit of carpentry
maybe the table is in center of room and have some window seats
COOL KITCHEN IDEA WITH DINING ROOM IN MIDDLE
Bevan combined the old kitchen, pantry and breakfast nook to form the new kitchen. Opening up the rooms, he says, actually worked with the structure and
scale. Since there wasn’t room for both an island and a dining table, he opted for the latter, relegating the cooking area to the room’s perimeter. The Crate
porch flooded the kitchen with light and views, which were enhanced by the addition of transoms at the original window openings. The designer replaced the
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
House in Santa Lucia Preserve
shot is taken looking into a screened porch -- so all of the openings in the room beyond the door portal are screened, with no glass. The lites to either side
love this sitting room- would be awesome to grow lots of plants, for a breakfast nook, reading room, just a sitting room to soak up sun, etc. Love the look
color would accent ceiling and bring in light. Living room idea? Also, fan in stainless would tie room fans together.
The Sky is the Limit Design
West Coast Fusion
Room is 9 x 12. Would be interested in a daybed, daybed with trundle or some
there more photos of this house plan / design / I'd love to see the great room!
the traditional limestone tile layout, washing in through the front of the room as if they were swept in by the water outside. Bar stools: Restoration Hardware
Pebbles break up the traditional limestone tile layout, washing through the room like a wave of water. See more of this kitchen