33 invisible Contemporary Dining Design Photos

Petrick Architecture
Orrington Colonial
Ideabooks98
Questions1
Invisible Chandelier
Invisible chandelier
“Showroom” — karenneuburger
Greg Hadley Photography
Harry Braswell Transform Alexandria,VA Townhome
Ideabooks70
Questions0
invisible tv
“Chair” — Mary Nguyen
Sindahl
Dining Room
Ideabooks3,308
Questions8
Glass and lucite makes the dining room virtually invisible while emphasizing the openness of the space.
“Print” — dfrost01
Loudon County Custom Home Builder
Arcadia Communities is a family-owned company with over 50 years experience in the new home building industry in the Mid-Atlantic and the San Francisco Bay area.
Sponsored
Pascoe Interiors
Coach House
Ideabooks26
Questions0
‘The owners already had the vintage table and it fits the dining space perfectly,’ says Clare. ‘It’s invisible when not in use, but it comes to life the moment you dress it for dinner. It’s very flexible. A solid table and colourful curtains would make it feel cramped it here, but as it is, the space
“chairs” — Meesha Minaj
Upside Development
6 Reviews
Erskine
Ideabooks977
Questions2
Invisible dining
Invisible dining room furniture
“Chairs” — rondacarterjones
Terry Iverson Photography
Terry Iverson
Ideabooks3,004
Questions2
Monolithic, room-dividing fireplace with simple venting stovepipe.” “invisible doorsFloor, fireplace-Cam” “Love the floors...Open floor plan...open plan...wood floor”
Open, beams, invisible doorsFloor, fireplace-Cam
“Love how this opens to the outdoors” — ndimi
de.arch
1 Review
McNae Residence
Ideabooks521
Questions1
Invisible cupboards
The invisible closet space.
“4 panels across 9.5 feet” — thisispublic
Michael Abrams Limited
20 Reviews
Orchard Dining Room B
Ideabooks26,233
Questions26
(though am about to change this to Either Maritime White or Elmira White). I used 50% White Down on ceilings and the top of the molding is somewhat invisible - no contrast. Thoughts? Love your work!
(though am about to change this to Either Maritime White or Elmira White). I used 50% White Down on ceilings and the top of the molding is somewhat invisible - no contrast. Thoughts? Love your work! Less Like Comment April 24, 2013 Hide comments PRO Michael Abrams Limited Thanks so much - btw, I love
“Paint” — gormeenk
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