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My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia
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he little arched doorway with an iron gate leads into a small closet used to store wine — a perfect addition to any household that loves to entertain. Salazar turned the stairwell it into a gallery wall, unifying the
The little arched doorway with an iron gate leads into a small closet used to store wine — a perfect addition to any household that loves to entertain. Salazar turned the stairwell it into a gallery wall, unifying the collection by painting the frames black and white. Wall color: Bleeker Beige, Benjamin
“Framed and clock” — mandagr8
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Traditional Dining Room
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During extensive renovations the designers opened the dining room to the kitchen and added a closet, built-in china cabinet and small powder room. The rooms were refreshed and updated, but were kept in line with the home's 1906 vintage. The salvaged
During extensive renovations the designers opened the dining room to the kitchen and added a closet, built-in china cabinet and small powder room. The rooms were refreshed and updated, but were kept in line with the home's 1906 vintage. The salvaged door now serves as a pocket door between the dining
“Dining room” — urbancottage63
Mary Prince
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Family Fun for Everyone
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They removed the existing L-shaped countertop and cabinetry to create an open eating area near where the table is now. They removed a dark pantry and closet, and a built-in desk that was located to the right of the back door.
They removed the existing L-shaped countertop and cabinetry to create an open eating area near where the table is now. They removed a dark pantry and closet, and a built-in desk that was located to the right of the back door. Originally, there was no direct access to the dining room from the kitchen, only
“Black island, white cabinets, cool backsplash” — walker13point1
Julie Smith
At the Dining Room Table
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Dining room: Use a scarf as a table covering. Before you splurge on a new tablecloth, take a look in your closet — shawls, scarves and wraps can all make fabulous (and really unique) runners or tablecloths. Just be sure that whatever you use can be laundered, and don't use anything too precious.
“lovely layering” — christietoo
Tina Fussell
Home in Copenhagen, Denmark
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but it is from Eastern Europe," Tina says. "When I opened the doors and breathed in the scent of the wood inside, I was immediately transported to my closet in Morocco, and I couldn't leave the store without it. Maybe it's silly to buy something because of the way it smells, but I just had to have it.
“The dining room, seen here dressed for a party, is a light and sunny space. The star of the show is” — rabn22
Esther Hershcovich
My Houzz: Scott Talmon: Tel Aviv, Israel
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Talmon stores his wine collection in an antique closet. He uses magnetic letters on the metal front door to create messages for visitors.Bamboo bowl: Estúdio Campana
“I like the idea of the bar” — dolch
Julie Smith
Through the Dining Room
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your biggest design dilemma?Alicia: I know this is true of many houses around here but I hate that we don't have an actual entryway or a front hall closet. When you come in, the front door opens right into the middle of the living room. We've added some hooks for coats and a little shelving unit from
“Casual” — coloradoharts
Ehrenclou Architects
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Ehrenclou Architects
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3. Center the table in an open corner, keeping its surroundings simplified. For dining guests, keep chairs along the wall or fold-ups in a nearby closet to easily transition into larger dining. (In a more open setting like this, a table with an insertable leaf is perfect.)
“Table” — brentbarton
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