589 fire pit area Dining Design Photos

Interior Affairs
12 Reviews
Villa Park
of this Villa Park ranch style home located in Southern California. The backyard showcased an outside kitchen barbeque area, a fire-pit sitting area and two additional eating areas. We wanted to bring that natural beauty into this formal dining room. The back wall was knocked down and a beautiful picture
formal living room and is layed throughout the family room and kitchen too. There are a few reasons for placing a custom area rug under a formal dining room table and chairs. The area rug helps to bring down the noise level and esthetically helps to balance color placement amongst all the hardwood pieces
belonged to our clients., we can get something very similar for you. We reupholstered her chairs backs and seats then, made the additional two chairs. The area rugs and window treatments were then added as we completed the additional room remodeling. We added the flooring, paint, and added the additional back
“Colors” — beausnana
studio m | design
Modern dining area with Edison bulb chandelier
Modern dining area with Edison bulb chandelier
Simple, modern dining area opens into the kitchen and living room. The minimal the color palette lends visual consistency to the large, flowing spaces. The sliding door leads to an adjacent stone patio and fire pit area. Material and furnishings include black 18x18 slate tile floor, walnut table, shell
“18' black slate floors” — bebay
C Wright Design
9 Reviews
San Francisco Marina
Wood paneled Dining Room with view onto outdoor patio with cozy fire pit area Jamie Hadley Photography
lounge area...sitting area
“wood paneling, chairs” — nikkiari
Loudon County Interior Designer
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Camber Construction
Dining room to living room
The fire pit structure. It's not a wall yet it separates kitchen from living room.
Same room, different shot. I love how this space feels open, yet clearly broken into distinct areas.
Smart design created a fireplace that serves three separate spaces with equal aplomb: kitchen, living area and dining room.
“Wall art in living room paired and hung in threes” — victhelady
Simpson Design Group Architects
5 Reviews
maybe add a fire pit table in middle
Fire place idea in dinning room
chairs & windows for dinning area
shelves anf fireplace fir dining area.
like the fire place and cabinet
fire place...dining area...fire surround
“window height from floor” — nyssaferedo
D&D Interiors / Mikhail Dantes
14 Reviews
Denver Ranch
would it cost for a fire place like the one in this photo
If the fire place is gas do you have to have a chimney/flue?
Could I do an electric fire? could I put a TV above
See through fireplace gives great warmth and opens that area up
n works well on small screens. In this photo, we see the detail of the table legs and the fullness of the chandelier without too much extra ceiling area. The invitation to the room beyond is a bonus that informs the viewer about how the fireplace floats within two rooms.
“Posible separación living/comedor con hogar” — yapneagol
California Home + Design
Modern Fireplace Design
whre can i buy this fire plce and how big it is and also what is the price
where can i buy this fire place and how big is it and how much is the price
Sorry but away from fire place,what kid of tiles are those?
Two sided gas fireplace between master den and bedroom area.
High ceilings, large windows, fire place
hanging Bocci pendants in the neighboring dining room, and the flickering glow from the fire provides warm illumination.Let the fireplace create ambiance. Install inexpensive dimmers to overhead lights. When the fire is lit, dim the lights to let the room glow.
“The light fixture” — capcurdy
John Maniscalco Architecture
2 Reviews
Russian Hill
Where can I find the round rocks in the fire pit?
fire in the wall, use in the courtyard
stones lining each side of fire ribbon.
Fire pit...fire & table
“Painting” — Kandi Rice
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