54,984 casual eating Home Design Photos

Mullin Landscape Associates, LLC
2 Reviews
Mexican Inspired Old Metairie Residence
Ideabooks998
Questions2
raised countertop and bar stools make for a more casual eating area where friends can dig into food fresh off the grill.
A raised countertop and bar stools make for a more casual eating area where friends can dig into food fresh off the
Outside eating area adj. to counter
A raised countertop and bar stools make for a more casual eating area where friends can dig into food fresh off the grill.
“Money grass in between stones” — nursehjk
Mendelson Group
UWS3
Ideabooks8,833
Questions17
Dining tables. Dining tables and even casual eating tables are standard at 30 inches. Some older, vintage tables are 29 to 29½ inches. I think 30 inches is best, even for tall people. Dining chair
Dining tables. Dining tables and even casual eating tables are standard at 30 inches. Some older, vintage tables are 29 to 29½ inches. I think 30 inches is best, even for tall people. Dining chair
“very nice” — marcossueli
Flegel's Construction Co., Inc.
6 Reviews
Finlay Eichler Major Remodel
Ideabooks2,370
Questions4
This large dining area in the eat-in kitchen area allows for flexible entertaining. Custom cabinets were installed in the kitchen. Features include a breakfast counter, sprayed conversion lacquer coating and Caesar Stone counter tops with a waterfall edge. All new trims, baseboards, doors, modern lighting
Low ceiling, standout light fixture, small eat-in, white floor-to-ceiling kitchen storage in the background
original kitchen was reconfigured, allowing for a large dining area, suitable for children's projects as well," says Flegel. Damonte outfitted the casual eating and project space with a Saarinen table, Eames chairs, a modern pink glass pendant light and hot-pink stools at the breakfast bar.Counters: Caesarstone
“White cabinets, stainless hood, light wood floors and ceilings.” — allisonrirwin
Loudoun County Kitchen & Bath Remodeler
We are designers and builders of home additions and renovations throughout Northern Virginia. Our team of designers, craftsman and builders have been in business for over 27 years.
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baranstudio : architecture
8 Reviews
59th Street
Ideabooks4,851
Questions2
pergola covered eating area with lights at end of yard with rocks underfoot
Concept for outdoor eating area
A redwood trellis-covered dining area acts as a formal dining room separate from the casual eating space on the terraced patio.
eating area covered
“Railing” — khanulcik
Kathleen Bost Architecture + Design
Palo Alto remodel
Ideabooks4,675
Questions8
Eat in addition to an island
add narrow table to island for eating.....
The beginning of the kitchen is marked by a casual eating section on one side of the island. Its surface is covered in a metallic bronze paint, echoing the finish on the kitchen hardware.Kami Counter Stools: Neuvo Living; Daughtry Pendants: Arteriors
“Stools” — Christine Shepherd
ReNew Design
3 Reviews
Yellow House
Ideabooks4,661
Questions3
2. A spot for casual eatsAn island with space for seating is a smart inclusion in any family home. Why? It’ll transform the spot into a casual dining zone you can use when you’re in a rush or can’t be fussed eating in your formal meals area. It also works well as an
“the wall” — Dinesh Sharma
Tim Barber LTD Architecture & Interior Design
8 Reviews
Hillgrove Project
Ideabooks8,273
Questions11
A breakfast nook off the kitchen is the perfect casual eat-in space for the family. A custom-designed table and pillows lend a personal touch to this cheery, sun-drenched spot. Chairs: Hickory ChairPillows: custom, made out of Raoul Fabrics and Peter Dunham TextilesLight fixture: client’s existing fixture
“Like” — Audra Kerr
Etica Studio
The Recycled House - Bedford, WA
Ideabooks80
Questions0
Outdoor oomph. Eating alfresco would be much more fun with a gorgeous wall like this as a backdrop. It brings both colour and personality to this outdoor area, and the design can complement both formal and casual eating occasions with ease.
“I love the paint on the wall” — Parvin Zarrin
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