100 explorer Dining Design Photos

Daly Genik
Venice House
Ideabooks1,043
Questions2
Expansive glass walls can have their appeal, but the light that floods a space can be unbearable at times, so means of filtering sunlight should be explored. This house in Los Angeles makes a statement with folded perforated sheets that jut from glass walls. The combination of screen and trees does a
Expansive glass walls can have their appeal, but the light that floods a space can be unbearable at times, so means of filtering sunlight should be explored.This house in Los Angeles makes a statement with folded perforated sheets that jut from glass walls. The combination of screen and trees does a great
“This ones nice too, I like the idea.” — donnacastillo12
CAST architecture
11 Reviews
Mazama Ranchero
Ideabooks4,382
Questions4
Sense of exploration. Supporting previously mentioned ideas about privacy and separation, hallways are necessary in narrow buildings. They can heighten our sense of
narrow plan. But consider also ringed hallways, such as in the previous plan, in which the hall rings a central internal core, to increase a sense of exploration and mystery in a confined space.
“Table legs” — bethdeprophetis
B Benda
Dining Room #2
Ideabooks2,989
Questions4
Casual dining room that connects to open living room and kitchen. Dining room table is from Pottery Barn's Benchwright line. Drapery and roman shades are custom made. Beams in ceiling are rough sawn and stained a custom blend to match other wood tones. Windows and sliding door to covered back porch are from Pella.
“Wall color” — ikedaddy
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Ideabooks2,153
Questions4
trend at Coverings 2013 that we'll explore in another ideabook, but in this case the wood planks take on the hues of a concrete floor. It's a tile-modern mash-up.
Industrial wood. Tiles that suit industrial style were a huge trend at Coverings 2013 that we'll explore in another ideabook, but in this
Industrial wood. Tiles that suit industrial style were a huge trend at Coverings 2013 that we'll explore in another ideabook, but in this case the wood planks take on the hues of a concrete floor. It's a tile-modern mash-up.
Industrial wood. Tiles that suit industrial style were a huge trend at Coverings 2013 that we'll explore in another ideabook, but in this case the wood planks take on the hues of a concrete floor. It's a tile-modern mash-up.”
“❤️” — bubblez325
British Standard
Hoxton Showroom
Ideabooks119
Questions1
been painted in a single shade of blue, so you can still see and appreciate the steep angle, but can also perceive the wall as one unified surface.Explore ways to work super brights into your scheme
“Color” — lracrowder
KuDa Photography
1 Review
Contemporary dining area
Ideabooks3,047
Questions2
PANEL — Nov. 12, 2011, 3 p.m.The Return of ModernismMuseum of Arts and DesignNew York, NYSecure a seat at a panel discussion exploring why the go-to Modernism style from the 1960s, including the rise of designers Russel Wright, Eero Saarinen and Charles and Ray Eames, is now experiencing a unique revival
“dining room table” — Adam Greco
Sutton Suzuki Architects
5 Reviews
WYboy Ranch
Ideabooks3,182
Questions2
9. Seek out reclaimed timber. Before starting a major renovation project, it may be worth your while to explore sources in your area — or even on your own property — for reclaimed wood. Old beams and boards have a patina that new wood simply can't match, and
“possible layout” — nadica_v
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Dallas, TX: Lyndsey & Steve
Ideabooks14,125
Questions18
Home Decorating Colors and How to Use ThemOnce again color captured readers’ attention. Here bolder colors, including orange, pink and purple, are explored.Click through our guides to top decorating color groups
“Dramatically Exquisite!” — socc
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