5,948 building aesthetics Dining Design Photos

Eric Reinholdt, Architect
4 Reviews
House on the Neck
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One links back to the kitchen the other defines the edge of the dining area in the larger space. Etched glass and layers of translucency define the aesthetic. Eric Reinholdt - Project Architect/Lead Designer with Elliott, Elliott, Norelius Architecture Photo: Brian Vanden Brink
“Sliding glass cabinet doors” — kaymart
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
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Dreamy Whites
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Ideabooks230
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Swedish aesthetic...
“Love all of it” — melissafuselier
Clifton Leung Design Workshop - CLDW.com.hk
Beverly Villa - Modern Minimalist with a twist in trapezoid-shape highlights
Ideabooks18
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cabinet door and a door which bisects the dining room and the bedrooms on both sides of the corridor, it shows Clifton’s wisdom in functional and aesthetic design.
“Functional” — lyzamas
Leib Designs
12 Reviews
Upper West Side Combination Apartment
Ideabooks1
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The dining room table by Ligne Roset, embraces both natural and constructed lighting. Its opulent aesthetic meets with the walnut flooring to create a strong extension of modern allure from the living room.
Sutton Suzuki Architects
5 Reviews
WYboy Ranch
Ideabooks424
Questions1
Mom, table? Aesthetic??
“Concrete floor” — lapinlewis
CWB Architects
Bug Acres of Woodstock
Ideabooks120
Questions0
Overall aesthetic
“Chairs” — wormchaser
Zabala Erickson, LLC
4 Reviews
Dynamic Interactive Kitchen
Ideabooks47
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Exciting kitchen with 270 degrees of mountain views engages the rugged environment with river run stonework, rustic materials and refined design aesthetic. Photography by Kim Sargent Photography
“Open floor plan looking from family room into dinning and kitchen.” — mountainlodge
TreHus Architects+Interior Designers+Builders
2 Reviews
Traveler's Retreat - Dining
Ideabooks28
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from the front of the house to the back was structurally simple to do. Full height cabinetry on both ends of the kitchen and dining room area aesthetically anchors the space. Walnut floors add a warm natural element to the space. Photo by John Reed Foresman.
“the combination of wine glass display and place to store bottles” — MissJen LLomaxx
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