26 consumer Contemporary Dining Design Photos

Lucy Harris Studio
18 Reviews
Greenwich Village Apartment
Ideabooks422
Questions2
this is the chair that put Thonet on the map. Also known in its day as the Consumer Chair and the Bistro Chair, the No. 14 Vienna was designed with practicality
“Thonet with hard seat” — blackwattle
Contemporary Dining Room
Ideabooks4,601
Questions4
dinner party. Many Native Americans associate orange with kinship, and consumer research by the Pantone Institute says that red and orange stimulate the
“Man Cave color” — J Luxe Interiors
Andrew Snow Photography
Trinity-Bellwoods Townhouse
Ideabooks424
Questions3
3. How will we split the bills? Do you care who consumes more food? Who showers longer? Or who spends more time on the internet
“stairs” — Daphné Thivierge
ANN SACKS
Dining Room
Ideabooks1
Questions0
ANN SACKS Summit 11-5/8" x 23-3/8" porcelain field in charcoal
“Wow!!” — kgrey86
Architect Andrew Morrall
13 Reviews
Dining Room of San Francisco Sunset Remodel
Ideabooks48
Questions0
The San Francisco House Remodel shows what can be accomplished with an existing outdated home. Only 65 square feet of new Living Space was added where the existing unused and dark central atrium was filled in. Photography by Scott Hargis.
“sliding doors” — Shobha Bhushan
Architect Andrew Morrall
13 Reviews
Dining Room of San Francisco Sunset Remodel
Ideabooks43
Questions1
The San Francisco House Remodel shows what can be accomplished with an existing outdated home. Only 65 square feet of new Living Space was added where the existing unused and dark central atrium was filled in. Photography by Scott Hargis.
“Wall upstairs by the stairs” — isus
Studio 2.0 Interior Design Consultants
4 Reviews
Living Space Design
Ideabooks3
Questions0
Consumer Choice Awards
“Wall colour” — talewin
Architect Andrew Morrall
13 Reviews
Dining Room of San Francisco Sunset Remodel
Ideabooks30
Questions0
The San Francisco House Remodel shows what can be accomplished with an existing outdated home. Only 65 square feet of new Living Space was added where the existing unused and dark central atrium was filled in. Photography by Scott Hargis.
“glass sliding doors” — azita99
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