17,200 guest space Dining Design Photos

Debbie R. Gualco
Open Plan Kitchen
Ideabooks11,326
Questions16
about 8'. I would recommend making your doors as tall as you can for the space. For the Fleetwood doors we provide for these types of openings the cost
much better value the taller they are and then you can open up more of your space. Hopefully that helps.
big open living, dining space....nics flow
What is the size of the space?
“Matt tiles” — rdim001
KSID Studio, LLC
Suburban meets urban
Ideabooks6,176
Questions6
difficult design dilemma. We had to design the room in a way that turned a small space into one where the client could enjoy a variety of family activities. Our
dining table..are they one unit? How can I get this look? I have a similar space I'm working with. No room for a kitchen table, but a very large family room
fabricated specifically for the room. There were size constraints in the space and this lead to the design solution you see here. Please let me know if
Love this space! Love how the table sits adjacent to the cozy
great use of the space! openness with clear divisions of space!
“combo” — laurawaas
Elad Gonen
1 Review
dining room
Ideabooks9,082
Questions7
Go safe with an all-white setting. No matter who's on your guest list, a winter magic theme will be admired for its inherent refinement.
statement with the floral centerpiece. The centerpiece height still lets guests seated across from each other talk with ease, and it looks like the vase
vase can be easily relocated to another part of the dining area after guests have settled into their place at the table. Keep in mind that centerpieces don't
dictate the furnishingsFurniture shape and size should be appropriate to the space. This long and narrow table repeats the architectural lines of the room and
The whole set of white fit all guests
“Opn shelving” — maggi52
REFINED LLC
9 Reviews
Coastal Casual
Ideabooks1,877
Questions10
colors and each can be made with as many pendants as needed and to fit your space.
three forks in a formal sit-down meal, but in the early 19th century, each guest got more than four. For dessert the fork is placed on the left, and the
back in the early 19th century there used to be in excess of four for each guest. It could take waiters up to 20 minutes to set the place settings for a dinner
three forks in a formal sit-down meal, but in the early 19th century, each guest got more than four. For dessert the fork is placed on the left, and the spoon
“cupboards” — cheriehop
Daedal Woodworking
6 Reviews
Ryokan (Japanese Guest House) Interior
Ideabooks979
Questions0
(Japanese Guest House) Interior A former office off of the garage of a Frank Lloyd Wright house, transformed into a ryokan— a traditional japanese guest house
house. A single room organically divided into spaces for sleeping, eating, bathing, and reflection. Inspiration drawn from FLW's Japanese influences. Dining
“Small, high windows” — mariepicon
Stephmodo
La Maisonnette - Beynac-et-Cazenac, France
Ideabooks8,645
Questions5
windows in lounge & guest house
chairs and the roominess of the bench are perfect for the family and their guests.
Cozy space
“Stone” — hkblum
ATELIER FB
4 Reviews
Un Duplex Revisité
Ideabooks952
Questions3
beautiful space! who makes the dining chairs?
urban or suburban, integrate dining spaces into contiguous living and kitchen areas. The challenge is that wall space will likely be minimal for the placement
urban or suburban, integrate dining spaces into contiguous living and kitchen areas. The challenge is that wall space will likely be minimal for the placement
“La table basse” — imanehaddoun
Dan Nelson, Designs Northwest Architects
13 Reviews
View of breakfast nook looking toward back entry.
Ideabooks1,321
Questions4
this table and I do not have a record of where it came from. I fits the space beautifully ! Take Care, Dan
Multi use of space for dining, reading, views could add built in book nook Space could also be converted to guest sleeping area w/ screen
expand shelves to fill space on wall to the right
Roundish bankette in part of the available space.
“Trim” — sklamberth
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