190 food stylist's kitchen Dining Design Photos

Lisa Nieschlag "Liz & Jewels"
Remodeling house in Germany
uses the kitchen and the dining area as her workspace and photography studio for her food blog, Liz & Jewels, a site she shares with Brooklyn, New York, photographer Julia Cawley. "I work on the tabletop area by my kitchen on weekends and in the evenings. Its proximity to my kitchen is very practical
all the food-related projects that I'm busy with," she says.
“Love the floor” — Diane Maartens
StudioLAB, LLC
1 Review
Chelsea Apt.
Kitchen island pendant
bridge stylistic eras.
bridge stylistic eras.
wall for kitchen...ceiling kitchen
“Exposed brick” — Anastasia Demetriou
Niki Papadopoulos
Sky @ MidCity Lofts
my new kitchen
photo stylist....photo stylist.
“Love it all” — suenelson0531
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Patty creates unique, enjoyable, and livable interiors. Regardless of project budget, she is known for successfully working within all constraints to create the most beautiful spaces possible.
Marco Antunio
Fabio Galeazzo Kitching Dining Area
Kitchen rotates to be in garden or living room
I love the colors in the kitchen
what does it mean that the kitchen rotates on an axis? literally or just semicircular?
rotating kitchen can face LR or outside. Need better
Coolest kitchen ever. It rotates to be outside!
feel is very homely kitchen on and axis that
orbital kitchen designed by Galeazzo’s team rotates on an axis so you can turn it facing the garden or living room for daily use. "The kitchen is capable of integrating into both [garden and living room] spaces," Galeazzo says. "They can choose if they want to prepare food outside on
The kitchen rotates!!! Occupants have the choice to prepare food indoors or outdoors depending on the weather and the rotation of the kitchen. Brilliant!
“color” — megantracewell
Madison Modern Home
14 Reviews
Chalkboard Table DIY Project
Regardless of if your gathering is formal or casual add depth to the food you serve by adding your cheese plate on an eye-catching untraditional cake platter
fingers foods or in formal dining to place your main course. Add linens to your table and suitable dinnerware for the type of meal you plan to serve. Also label the food or dips to not only showcase your efforts but also help guests decipher what they can have without feeing intrusive by asking you what's
“This is an awesome idea!” — Megan Eckdahl
Archipelago Hawaii Luxury Home Designs
14 Reviews
Plantation by the Sea
How high are ceilings in kitchen?
from the kitchen into the dining room?
galley kitchen and the dining room, creating an island, and are thinking of putting cabinets like these with glass on both sides above the island hanging down from the ceiling with a 3in molding on top. The idea is to retain extra storage for our glassware while still allowing an open feel and free flowing
between the kitchen and dining room. We have 8 foot ceilings, and I am 6'1" (73 inches). 24 inch cabinets with a three foot molding come down to 72 inches above the floor, which seems to be a little too close to my eyeline. We were thus thinking about 21 inch cabinets. Do you think this would work? Thanks
if we take the wall out btw kitchen and den
“add a wall like this to middle of ktichen and living room?” — kkau
TEA2 Architects
2 Reviews
Lake Calhoun Residence
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 flower-arranging beginner to pull off.
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 flower-arranging beginner to pull off.Two Naturally Beautiful Tablescapes for Holiday Dining
“This is how the entry columns and beams should look.” — craigorye
Whitney Lyons
4 Reviews
Windsor kitchen dining chairs and need coordinating bar stools.
Stylist Shannon Quimby created this linear chandelier with wine and beer bottles, and a little help from her handyman. After the bottoms were cut off, she sprayed them with glass frosting and transformed them into a stunning fixture using pendant light kits from Lowe's. See the rest of this home
“LOVE the light fixture!” — Michelle West
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