1,566 "great room" Contemporary Dining Design Photos

Streamline Design Ltd. - Kevin Simoes
3 Reviews
Davis Bay
Ideabooks2,291
Questions0
An open great room, dining room and kitchen comprises a big part of the main level. "It's very popular with us to design this way and join all these open spaces," says Simoes. "In this particular house, it allowed the great room and dining room to be slightly smaller than we would normally make them
“Dont like this one - the peaked roof” — djfairs
James Glover Residential & Interior Design
16 Reviews
Garneau Residence
Ideabooks584
Questions1
That scale equates with a spacious stair that recalls movie sets from the 1940s rather than even the largest great rooms today.
“escalera” — nkenner
Contemporary Dining Room
Ideabooks1,307
Questions1
Our great room could look like this.
Great room...Great Room
“Chaises” — Guylaine Boyer
Medici Architects
Houghton House Great Room
Ideabooks82
Questions0
Houghton House Great Room
great room
“Wood trim through upper glass” — laurelatkins
Heimsath Architects
4 Reviews
Great Room
Ideabooks531
Questions2
Great Room...great room
“Wall color- creamy yellow” — wendorsj
Debbie R. Gualco
Open Plan Kitchen
Ideabooks10,350
Questions15
great room with large glass doors
Great room for Stockdale
great room...great room
“dinning rm” — Donald Smith
Sam Crawford Architects
Petersham House
Ideabooks1,583
Questions2
The laser-cut panel was installed as a visual divider between the kitchen and the great room. The kitchen also has sliding windows with a bench that opens to the back garden.
“floor” — jmanningtx
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Woodside Guest House
Ideabooks5,819
Questions17
Great Room, Living + Dining Room and Porch of Guest House. (designed while at EHDD Architecture) Photograph by David Wakely
Thanks! Our great room is also longer than it is wide, so this helps a bunch!
guest house and they have a maximum size in this community. With two full size bedrooms and baths - that flanked a central entry hall - we had a "great room" that was a little long for it's width. Running the tile in this direction - de-emphasized the length and made the width feel increased. Also - with
“Patio doors and curtains. Flow” — mjana
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