266 Peace Dining Design Photos

D for Design
7 Reviews
Noela - Honolulu Hawaii
Peace lily plant - rids air of toxins, needs little light
Peace Lily. Can cause vomiting if inhaled by pets.
Peace lilies bracket the living space.
The peace lily is an ideal houseplant. It is happy in low light and is hard to kill. Unfortunately, it can cause significant oral problems along with vomiting if consumed by a dog or cat.
The peace lily's popularity is no accident. Caring for this plant is pretty straightforward, because it thrives
months in the spring. Well-cared-for plants may bloom again in the fall as well. Note: Most peace lilies are sold when in bloom, and replicating the original blooms is slightly difficult. Many growers give their peace lilies a hormone called GA3 that is not readily available to the general public. Fertilize
“Furniture and layout” — rpatt314
Z apartment
I love the dark charcoal wall. As well the wood gives warmth I know Ikea has some items that are black and gold and the peace lily is the perfect pick for an office
Extra-large versions of the peace lily look fantastic in high planters. But with leaves this size, you'll need to dedicate more time to dusting and maintaining the leaves.The peace lily rids the air of the VOC benzene, a carcinogen found in paints, furniture wax and polishes. It also sucks up acetone
“plants and stands” — blackwhitestripe
Peace Design
Dining Room
Peace Design
Peace Design Dining Room
“Light can make a huge difference” — mrs_harbs
Peace Design
Dining Room
Peace Design
Peace Design Dining Room
“The view” — mrs_harbs
Dalgleish Construction Company
Cove House
peace sign
“mesa” — Laureana Lesta
the orpin group, interior design
2 Reviews
Summer Home
gregg premru
“Picture windows” — terrapins
Saint Dizier Design
1 Review
Breakfast Garden
A med­i­ta­tion gar­den out­side a break­fast nook en­sures that your day will start peace­fully and calmly, even if it doesn't end that way.
A meditation garden outside a breakfast nook ensures that your day will start peacefully and calmly, even if it doesn't end that way.
“Landscape” — kimglessner
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
In the dining room: Japanese shoji screens are a wonderful way to let in the light without the sun's glare. It creates a peaceful tea-house ambiance.
peaceful altar
“traditional done with innovative flair” — Dawn W
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