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New Mood Design LLC
6 Reviews
New Mood Design
ocher-colored onyx pendants suits the dining room furnishings and space layout. Matching onyx sconces grace the window-wall behind the table. Access to the outdoor deck and BBQ area (to the left of the fireplace column) is conveniently located near the dining and kitchen areas. Photograph © Darren
how long is the dining table?
It's a custom design created specifically for our client for this dining room setting. The pendants are onyx.
The colors and the play of decor in the rooms
McAlear also gave the dining room a distinct presence by pulling the warmer earth tones from the stone's color palette. "I chose some of the warmer ocher tones because I wanted the dining room to stand out as its own space within the open plan."She custom designed the onyx light fixture to pick up on
“floor color” — jacnicholson
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Laura Manning Bendik
Chapel Ridge
Where can I found this dining table set?
Placement!!! Too dark of a room though.
Kind of like my dining room: oak floor, white trim - like the wainscoting, round table...
Round dining room w/ China Cabinet
Like the idea of the stripes in dining area but not the color
Wall paper for dining room
dining room molding...Dining room chairs...dining room...Dining room table...glass dining table...round dining table
“Set up” — duke40
Rudolfsson Alliker Associates Architects
3 Reviews
Bellevue Hill Sydney
Where is that great chandelier from? Love this room!
this Australian dining room emphasize some of the key design trends of many international homes. Despite the soft color choices, the modern chandelier and large window make this room the focal point of the home.
The natural materials and open environment of this Australian dining room emphasize some
Here is the dining room of the middle apartment, which is afforded a double-height space. A mezzanine overlooking the dining space takes advantage of the height and the views from the glass over the sliding wall.
The natural materials and open environment of this Australian dining room emphasize some
some of the key design trends of many international homes. Despite the soft color choices, the modern chandelier and large window make this room the focal point of the home. More: See some of the most popular design photos from 2012Get more info on Best of Houzz nominations
“Doors” — tobhiyah
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Breakfast nook to living room connection
Breakfast nook to living room connection
Can you tell me the manufacturer of the light fixture over the dining table? Great!
It looks like a porch outside this room, so I'm guessing it's a two-sided fireplace.
I love the dining room table lamp
Not a bad idea to have an open bookshelf as a separation between rooms
shelf by nook, loft access from great room
The way it opens up to the room
I love the breakfast nook to living room connection!! It's wonderful and inviting
Shelving , space saving, in between two rooms?
photo to see all the see-through elements. This space fits a dining room, a living room, a stairwell, a kitchen and a balcony. Why doesn't it looked like a crowded dorm room? See-through storage. Open shelving divides the dining room from the entryway yet leaves the sight lines open all the way to
“open shelving room divider” — bjmm2
Annette English
Manhattan Beach Sanctuary
I LOVE this room!!! So clean, simple...rustic w
shelving in dining room for displays
if we do keep the dinning room, I like the fireplace effect
Nothing says that we can't have the dinning room in the living room and the living room in the dinning
Dining room with a fire place
Even without the cozy fire, this dining space would radiate welcome. The secret? The rough-hewn dining table, with red undertones that warm up the brown-on-brown scheme. An abundance of natural light streaming in and bouncing off the mirror amplifies the color variations and makes them feel alive.More:
“Love the chairs” — ranny86
roomTEN design
5 Reviews
Lake Michigan Retreat - Dining Room
Lake Michigan Retreat - Dining Room
Mid Century modern meets arts and crafts - this dining room combines numerous influences for a layered, textured approach. Tyler Mallory Photography tylermallory.com
Thanks for the question! We had the table and dining chairs custom built to our specifications. We work with a number of very talented furniture makers as required for each project.
Like fireplace near dining room table. Maybe gas?
Dining room chair like ours. Cushion in light color connects able to walls/room
Frank Lloyd Wright inspired dining room.
I've always been partial to Craftsman style decor - this dining room is a nice modern, spacious take on it...love the stained glass, coffered ceiling, and fireplace.
“Light” — lylu1220
Eclectic Dining Room
could be interesting to use a pattern and curtain in the dining room
The aesthetic of a worn vintage rug such as this can amplify the warmth in a room. It wouldn't be the same with a prim and proper new rug.
Roman shades under drapes...living and dining space?
diagonal beams with extra pieces at ends - more for game room if anywhere
entire dining room around the blue milk glass chandelier and custom wood ceiling treatment," says interior designer Wendy Resin. "The turquoise color was the inspiration for the other textiles in the room. I followed with Moroccan-inspired Roman shades, linen drapery and antique rug. The dining room opens
“Bausman table to the trade” — themorethe
Emily A. Clark
1 Review
Dining Room
Where did you find the bench? I'm having trouble finding upholstered dining benches.
It's Flatland by Dutch Boy. Here's all the details: http://emilyaclark.blogspot.com/2011/04/our-dining-room-details.html
dining room can be made beautiful in cookie cutter house
Danielle another room painted in Flatland paint by Dutch Boy
I want these colors for the living and dining room. Sherwood Tan and Algonquin Trail by
The dining room uses the same tan color palette as the breakfast area, with a few different patterns and colors for extra personality. Except for the living room, most of the main living spaces in the rest of the home play with the same brown tones. Clark wanted to keep most of the home warm, so she
“Color mirror” — nishi5000
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