172 low flow toliet Dining Design Photos

RJS Builders
2 Reviews
New Florida
Ideabooks19,021
Questions13
Good flow, open ceilings, & relaxed styling
Vaulted ceiling with beams, open flow
nice flow nice beams
the flow, windows...great flow
“Open floor plan, ceiling, dining area (farm table with chairs and bench)” — Visse Wedell
Michael Abrams Limited
22 Reviews
Honore-Transitional Dining Room
Ideabooks160K
Questions242
Hi! my entry way, family room, kitchen & dining room are an open flow area. My floors are oak wood, my cabinets are vintage java glaze, wood work ...somewhere between the 2 shades......would the revere pewter paint go
use Shaker Beige, Quiet Moments, Woodlawn Blue & Weston Flax (maybe Revere Pewter too)all on my first floor? I have distinct rooms but there is a good flow in the house. Is that too much? I love these colors and want to use them but I don't want it to look silly!
hello, I'm knocking living room wall down to to flow w/ dining area. 300 sq ft total.
My great room & kitchen flow together. My kitchen is Cooper Mountain by Sherwin Williams and my great room is Canyon Mountain (I think) it's in the yellow family. I would like
“light fixture” — jacklouise
House of Locations
My Home
Ideabooks1,225
Questions3
Yes, with many range hoods it's possible to cut the chimney to accommodate a low ceiling height. Please note that in this installation, the hood is set MUCH higher than the typical recommended height (26"-36" above the cooktop).
install the hood much higher than normal. Here's a manual showing how the chimney on our range hoods could be cut to accommodate ceiling heights as low as 7 feet: http://www.futurofuturo.com/manuals/Futuro-Futuro-Minimum-Chimney-Height.pdf (1-page PDF). Almost all Futuro Futuro island-mount range hoods
that led into the dining room.On another wall in the dining room we knocked a hole in our mudroom and installed a single 15-pane glass door for better flow with the rest of the house and to take advantage of the western light.
“ceiling” — dididavies
Northern Virginia Interior Designer
Nationally recognized Interior Designer featured on HGTV. Full service design firm specializing in design solutions for inspired living.
Sponsored
Cathy Schwabe Architecture
6 Reviews
House in Santa Lucia Preserve
Ideabooks7,096
Questions9
Ledge around the back which flows into cupboard and desk
A low profile bench can look nice. We don't want to get complicated with needing excessive trim or custom cushions.
Back bench style, low back
Nice flow to bench...Low back banquet...low bench
“Lighting” — mgrindal
Cornerstone Architects
21 Reviews
Knollwood Dining
Ideabooks3,742
Questions7
Beautiful wood, I really like the layout and flow of the space
low window along side wall
the flow...Low window...Low windows...Low long window
“wood white” — pprevo
BAAN design
Vaughan Residence
Ideabooks808
Questions2
roofline continuing from indoor/outdoor flow, door material
Indoor outdoor flow simple
inside outside flow...Low windows...Same flow
“Table for bottom deck...” — thetallman
DIAZ DE LUNA SIGNATURE
VILLA ALEXA EL DORADO
Ideabooks1,240
Questions2
I like the flow of this
Kitchen flow to dining and living room
Low back chairs
“Separate prep island” — gilgo
CAST architecture
10 Reviews
Mazama Ranchero
Ideabooks4,316
Questions4
The floors are trowel finish concrete with saw cut joints - no color or stain was added. We typically specify a matte finish low V.O.C. concrete sealer and let the contractor select their favorite brand and product. In this case I'm not sure what product was ultimately used.
both to the covered patio at left and to the covered walkway linking the two structures, out of the photo’s frame to the right; the latter brings the low summer sun into the living space, as mentioned earlier. The openings allow the living space to be continuous and ventilated on two sides, tying inside
outdoor concrete and steel. The corridor beyond the kitchen leads to the three bedrooms as well as the bathrooms, laundry and a small office. Made from low-maintenance, paint-free aluminum panels, the white ceilings reflect sunlight into the home to make the interior brighter and less reliant on artificial
“Nice table” — ewood72
© 2014 Houzz Inc.
Houzz® The new way to design your home™