4,471 formal diining room Dining Design Photos

M/I Homes
4 Reviews
M/I Homes of Raleigh: Overlook At Amberly - Hawthorne Model
Ideabooks4,027
Questions6
where did you buy your dining room? its beautiful!
Less formal chairs and add a yellow rug and bright painting
Love this room.....What is paint color?...diining3 room...Dining room...Paint ceiling in formal dining...Dining room table runner/rug...Dining room paint...Dining room table...Dining room ceiling color?...Dining Room
“Paint” — marcrnkovich
Timothy Corrigan, Inc.
3 Reviews
Hollywood Makeover
Ideabooks1,733
Questions4
The dining room is particularly jewel-like, with gold-leaf ceiling and an 18th century Italian chandelier suspended from a starburst plaster medallion
ware. Timothy chose a silk woven damask in a contemporary design for dining room draperies and trimmed them with traditional tassel fringe. “I was trying
Can you tell me the dimensions of this room and the size of this table?
Love the color scheme, ambience and overall feel of this room
“Like” — karencvallee
Jorge Castillo Design Inc.
1 Review
Sexton Residence
Ideabooks130
Questions2
Formal Dining...Formal diining
“Formal Dining” — fortunejet
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17 Reviews
Texas Meditteranean Villa
Ideabooks176
Questions1
Elegant formal dining room with groin vaulted ceiling and hand made plaster moldings. The walls and ceiling are finished in venetian plaster.
Hello. This dining room is 16'x20' plus the bump out at front. Thanks.
something like this to main living room...ceiling diining area...Dining room...Room dimensions?
“ceiling details” — williamah2
Feldman Architecture, Inc.
7 Reviews
Feldman Architecture
Ideabooks13,020
Questions7
My dining room table is similar to the one above, but I am always worried
love the dining room table and ghost chairs
Wood planks in front of counter to divide between kitchen and dining room
Idea for D/T's house? they could do the dining room just like this, with an opening from the kitchen. This could really work
Let your materials and textures be the stars of the room. This open kitchen/dining room combines rustic wood planks, and a slate floor with iconic
when it comes to small or narrow rooms. By pairing a heavier, wooden table with Lucite chairs, this skinny dining room doesn’t feel overpowered with stuff
lighting and chairs with a reclaimed wood table adds a certain balance to this room. A beamed ceiling and backdrop of distressed wood wraps the table and chairs
diining table in front of patio doors.
“Faucet” — yeebee83
Chris Snook
4 Reviews
Chelsea Living
Ideabooks652
Questions1
living room/ dining room in one
and dining room ideas...great diining chairs...Room layout...Dining room...love the dining room chairs...Dinning room chairs...Great Room
“Chairs” — lulugirl34
Sarah Gallop Design Inc.
34 Reviews
Retro Revival
Ideabooks2,147
Questions4
Thank you! Your flooring choice was perfect for this room.
Building a wall to create divide in entry for sitting space/ living room?
Shelving layout - dining room/kid play area
bench seat as room brake
“Shelves” — julieha
F. D. Hodge Interiors
8 Reviews
Boston apartment
Ideabooks1,206
Questions3
am totally inspired and want to do something similar on my wall in living room.
dining room feel fancier. Formal symmetry (where two sides of a room are close to mirror images of each other) dresses up a space. In the dining room, try
objects repeated on each side of the room, the more formal the space will feel.
objects repeated on each side, the more formal a room
Mirror flanked by artwork. Formal symetry
dining room feel fancier. Formal symmetry (where two sides of a room are close to mirror images of each other) dresses up a space. In the dining room, try
of a buffet table — the more objects repeated on each side of the room, the more formal the space will feel.
“Mirror” — yinisheng511
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