3,936 dining room Contemporary Exterior Design Photos

Riach Architects
3 Reviews
Trinity Hall
Ideabooks412
Questions0
was extended outdoors via an integrated sunken terrace that the family uses as a dining room in summer.
of the house into the new addition,” says Kieron. The addition was extended outdoors via an integrated sunken terrace that the family uses as a dining room in summer.
The addition was extended outdoors via an integrated sunken terrace that the family uses as a dining room in summer.
I like the outdoor dining look.
outside space. ‘Now, there is a strong visual connection between the internal and external space,’ says Kieron. The family uses this terrace as a dining room during the summer months.
of the house into the new addition,” says Kieron. The addition was extended outdoors via an integrated sunken terrace that the family uses as a dining room in summer.
“UK house transformed” — Stuart Hadley
Chan Architecture Pty Ltd
Abbotsford Residence
Ideabooks569
Questions2
When Chan and his team at Chan Architecture took on the commission, the family's kitchen and dining room was a lean-to added onto the back of their brick house. They desired a new living, dining and kitchen space that would become, in Chan's words, "the nucleus of the home," so it was clear what needed
When Chan and his team at Chan Architecture took on the commission, the family’s kitchen and dining room was a lean-to added to the back of their brick house. The owners desired a new living, dining and kitchen space that would become, in Chan’s words, “the nucleus of the home”, so it was clear what
“Big window” — Ironfire Railings
DE atelier Architects
5 Reviews
Oakdene Residential Office
Ideabooks76
Questions0
nature lover, you prefer being outdoors rather than in. You’re most likely found entertaining family and friends in your backyard rather than in your dining room. You’re smart, successful, creative and self-reliant. In your home everything is in order, not because you’re a neat freak, but because you feel
nature lover, you prefer being outdoors rather than in. You’re most likely found entertaining family and friends in your backyard rather than in your dining room. You’re smart, successful, creative and self-reliant. In your home everything is in order, not because you’re a neat freak, but because you feel
“Voordeur” — josephmcewan
Ziger/Snead Architects
Woodvalley House
Ideabooks6,637
Questions1
Arco Floor Lamp | Room & Board
Good option for the living room, back part of our home and melding into the backyard however with more green space for here children
The kitchen, dining room, and living room are all in a single 18-foot-high space on the ground floor with the mahogany window wall. Having the primary living space right next to the window wall allows the client to experience the outdoors even when inside.
“tile colour” — Kate Palmer
Elliott + Elliott Architecture
Pond House
Ideabooks4,540
Questions2
of houses, one way of designing a large house is to break it into smaller parts, such as this project in Maine (left: bedrooms; center: living room, dining room and kitchen; right: master bedroom). Breaking a house into smaller components can help preserve important site elements, namely trees, and put
“revetement” — amarie1919
chadbourne + doss architects
4 Reviews
Cycle House
Ideabooks6,744
Questions8
Rainier, Chadbourne basically arranged the home from the top down. The master bedroom sits on the third level, with a rooftop deck. The kitchen, dining room, living room and guest bedroom stretch throughout the cedar box on the second level, and the garage, guest bedroom and cycle shop occupy the ground level
“Office” — roadglidetony
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
Russian River Studio
Ideabooks9,182
Questions7
Red door for my front room
Cathy Schwabe designed this versatile cabin in Northern California to serve as a photography studio, a spot for writers' retreats and a dining room (indoors or out) for large gatherings of family and friends.
“Good simple shape” — meganronald
Peter A. Sellar - Architectural Photographer
5 Reviews
150 W
Ideabooks508
Questions0
expressed through a tall window, an asymmetrical gable perpendicular to the one on the street, and a carved opening on the left, which serves the dining room.
“Nice” — elisaneeson
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