632 conversation Dining Design Photos

Sanctum Design
1 Review
Manly beach house
Ideabooks479
Questions1
shape of your room as well as how to best facilitate conversation when you’re choosing a table – some tables make it impossible to talk to anyone but the person seated next to you. A relatively narrow table like this one, however, can open up conversations with many different people, so the risk of a guest
“framed picture and lights” — jasonkleatsh
TEA2 Architects
2 Reviews
Lake Calhoun Residence
Ideabooks5,410
Questions7
photo, but in real life they just block the view of your neighbors at the table and make it harder to pass the food. Keep the mood festive and conversational by going with short bouquets and lots of tiny tea lights instead. Using all-one-color blooms in tiny vases looks chic — and is easy for even a
in real life they just block the view of your neighbors at the table and make it harder to pass the food. Keep the mood festive and conversational by going with short bouquets and lots of tiny tea lights instead. Using all-one-color blooms in tiny vases looks chic — and is easy for even a
photo, but in real life they just block the view of your neighbors at the table and make it harder to pass the food. Keep the mood festive and conversational by going with short bouquets and lots of tiny tea lights instead. Using all-one-color blooms in tiny vases looks chic — and is easy for even a
“Parede sala jantar” — marcelojacob
Ibarra Rosano Design Architects
7 Reviews
Levin Residence
Ideabooks2,046
Questions4
dishes but still converse with the guests? Use meticulously detailed cabinetry as a horizontal backdrop to your dining area — much more interesting than drywall. A narrow continuation of the countertop even serves as a buffet space.
Want to hide your dirty dishes but still converse with the guests
Want to hide your dirty dishes but still converse with the guests? Use meticulously detailed cabinetry as a horizontal backdrop to your dining area — much more interesting than drywall. A narrow
Want to hide your dirty dishes but still converse with the guests? Use meticulously detailed cabinetry as a horizontal backdrop to your dining area — much more interesting than drywall. A narrow
“Dining roll chairs & Lighting” — ondekkers
AR Design Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
Manor House Stables
Ideabooks1,548
Questions4
stable conversion highlighting original timber features
minimalist barn conversion
“Wall” — wrightmedicalsolutions
price williams architects
Conversion of The Apostle
Ideabooks18
Questions0
Conversion of The Apostle
church conversion
“chairs” — kblachford
Sarah Finney Interiors
Barn Conversion
Ideabooks58
Questions0
Barn Conversion
Barn Conversion
“Table” — inspiredstyling
VSP Interiors
Dorset Stable Conversion
Ideabooks559
Questions3
Dorset Stable Conversion
stable conversion
“dining table” — gillymac66
Pocknell Studio
East Barn
Ideabooks97
Questions1
Barn Conversion
modern barn conversion
“Liustras, kedes” — Eglute Simaske
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