3,969 client-services Dining Design Photos

emma delon
9 Reviews
An Elegantly Functional Kitchen in Durham
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by the client were the two most important aspects of this project. The existing spaces are elegantly decorated with an open plan, dark hardwood floors, and natural stone accents. The new, lighter, more open kitchen flows beautifully into the client’s existing dining room space. Satin nickel hardware
highlight the client’s glassware and dishes. Finished with white subway tile, Dreamy Marfil quartz countertops, and a warm natural wood blind; the space warm, inviting, elegant, and extremely functional. copyright 2013 marilyn peryer photography
“Roman shades, glass cabinet doors and paint” — sdwood
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emma delon
9 Reviews
An Elegantly Functional Kitchen in Durham
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by the client were the two most important aspects of this project. The existing spaces are elegantly decorated with an open plan, dark hardwood floors, and natural stone accents. The new, lighter, more open kitchen flows beautifully into the client’s existing dining room space. Satin nickel hardware
highlight the client’s glassware and dishes. Finished with white subway tile, Dreamy Marfil quartz countertops, and a warm natural wood blind; the space warm, inviting, elegant, and extremely functional. copyright 2013 marilyn peryer photography
Kim Armstrong
11 Reviews
Edgestone Project
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for our client. The Drapes are Designer's Guild (We love!) and we couldn't find a pattern for the chairs that the client loved, so we customized a stripe with various Designer's Guild solids to create a one-of-a-kind dining side chair just for this room! The client loves it, and says her guests enjoy
The client loves dynamic color, and boy did we deliver. This was such a fun room, and the direction for this blue dining room was taken from the clients painting, by JD Miller. Although not pictured in this photo, the painting is quite colorful. the agates were hand selected and custom framed.
“art and chairs” — Kay Gibson
Rainy Sunny
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enveloping the client.
enveloping the client
enveloping the client.
“I love the table” — Phillip Ledbetter
Livingston Interiors
Borrelli kitchen remodel
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demands of clients who are gourmet cooks, it also doubles as a sophisticated space for evening cocktail parties. The clients’ main request was to open the kitchen and somehow introduce a long-desired island where the cook is able to socialize with guests while cooking. This was challenging, as the physical
showcase the client’s cache of sculptures from world travels.
“Bar” — doro6h
Allen Associates
10 Reviews
Montecito Craftsman Dining Room
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this client’s childhood home had fallen into disrepair and was vacant for some time. Allen Associates was contacted to remodel the existing bungalow into an energy efficient Craftsman style home of her dreams. However, when nine cracks in the foundation were discovered due to the expansive clay soil
The client gave us several clear mandates: Build an energy efficient house that is true to Craftsman architecture, build a quiet house, keep the olive tree that the house is built around from being damaged, and solve the crawl space moisture problems that plagued the original house since it was originally
“contrast” — ymcooper
Dana Wolter
1 Review
Vestavia Hills House
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of the client's antique china collection rest on top of a vintage sideboard, ready to be put on the table at a moment's notice. The clients love to entertain, so creating a home that was conducive to that — as well as to the needs of their children — was important. "Their main goal was to create a more
of the client's antique china collection rest on top of a vintage sideboard, ready to be put on the table at a moment's notice. The clients love to entertain, so creating a home that was conducive to that — as well as to the needs of their children — was important. "Their main goal was to create a more
“Fiori” — carlotta11
HERMOGENO DESIGNS
Hermogeno Designs
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their clients while fulfilling a client’s needs. The window treatments are clean and simple and very functional. The fabrication was also important. The drapery is lined in cotton canvas material rather than traditional lining material that help keep the sun out during the summer and retain the warmth
family. The clients wanted a dining room that could feel formal and contemporary but at the same time they wanted easy care and maintenance. The parson’s chairs are upholstered in micro-fiber, the draperies are polyester with the weight, feel and look of silk. Cotton roman shades were installed to keep the
“Ceiling 2” — cat5000
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