15,026 personal space Dining Design Photos

Boor Bridges Architecture
Biddle Residence
Ideabooks155
Questions3
central point of connection and interaction for the family, and provides common access to the personal spaces: an acoustically-isolated music room, a home office with framed vista of the park, a studio space, and the bedrooms and bathrooms. The house is oriented to appreciate the site’s bucolic urban
garden contrasts the smooth, modern façade in texture and color, engaging street life while maintaining privacy. Around the back of the house, ample space for outdoor living is connected to the interior through full height walls of glass doors and windows, framed by the warmth of consistent wood and stucco
There is alot of stuff in here but evenly spaced out.
“ceiling” — nita4home
Schrader & Companies
11 Reviews
Spur Road - Edina, MN
Ideabooks2,825
Questions7
inspired by Romanesque architecture, a custom panel French armoire refrigerator, and a 12 foot antiqued granite island. Every child needs his or her personal space, offered via a large secret kids room and a hidden passageway between the kids' bedrooms. A 1,000 square foot concrete sport court under the garage
An abundance of living space is only part of the appeal of this traditional French county home. Strong architectural elements and a lavish interior design, including cathedral-arched beamed ceilings, hand-scraped and French bleed-edged walnut floors, faux finished ceilings, and custom tile inlays add
Love the wall of windows makes the space feel open
“Dining” — bnbgilley
Regina Sturrock Design Inc.
2 Reviews
Regina Sturrock Design East Meets Southwest
Ideabooks984
Questions1
inspires a 'one-of-a-kind' home. This full scale renovation incorporated an existing envelope of spectacular Southwestern architecture. A truly personalized space emerged with the intermingling of style and uniquely customized features and details. Roy Timm photography
“Light” — drpradnyap
NICOLEHOLLIS
2 Reviews
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Ideabooks13,613
Questions13
this farmtable is ok for this space, but for us it is too "anyone's farmtable" in a contemporary kitchen
The open space and veiling beams
Link adjacent spaces with the same color and flooring. Keeping to one color makes rooms look bigger. However, if you do need to change flooring materials
Link adjacent spaces with the same color and flooring. Keeping to one color makes rooms look bigger. However, if you do need to change flooring materials it is wise to
I would love to open up our space between the kitchen and the dining room with this style. Maybe the uppers and change the lowers.
This houzz favorite photo exhibits what is best in personalizing a space. This flowing area has all the charm of a farmhouse (and even the ceiling beams) with modern conveniences and details.
“Table” — daniellekehrig
CIH Design
7 Reviews
Modern Condo
Ideabooks8,963
Questions8
custom dining chairs, original Jamali artwork and one of a kind wall treatment with gold leaf inset and black crackle columns to add balast to the space.
Wall ideas (jazzing up a space with wall accents)
old school gothic chandelier, but modern space.
Love that they are able to use dark, almost black walls, and yet keep this space warm and inviting and not modern and stark. I think people would stay in this room.
room lively and glamorous, but that highly stylized, expressionist painting really personalizes the space, giving onlookers a little insight into the homeowner's wide range of interests.
The blatant artwork and rug beneath help create a stimulating artistic space.
element. In this case, a beautifully treated gold ceiling adds a warm glow to the room. The dark perimeter ceiling provides a frame and defines the space.
“All” — Kate Jonathan
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Modern meets Vintage in this Eclectic Nashville Home
Ideabooks1,160
Questions1
mix of personal pics with art to personalize space.
For space in front living room below wet bar
Share decorating space. That means you should all get equal wall space (if you want it) to hang art in common areas, and you should work together to decide on furniture arrangements and accessories.
Share decorating space. That means you should all get equal wall space (if you want it) to hang art in common areas, and you should work together to decide on furniture arrangements and accessories. To each his or her own in bedrooms, but shared space really should be shared.When you
A wide array of family photos, artwork and keepsakes decorate the breakfast room, abiding by Caroline's decorating philosophy to personalize where possible, as each item can help trigger a fond memory. The big floral painting is from a flea market in Aix-en-Provence, France. "Clark shot a wedding in
“Art and table” — jlyasgur
JB Turner & Sons
3 Reviews
Oakland Hills Kitchen
Ideabooks46
Questions0
strategy for a studio space with a mobile fold up table. maybe a sectional useful for sleeping and with bolsters used for seating; table in place for dining and table folded away and used for reading or tv watching
easy way to create a "personal space" without taking over
Breakfast nook, Reading Nook, and family room space with a small entertainment center. Perfect small room design concept. Dura Supreme Cabinetry shown in "Classic White" painted finish. Request a FREE Brochure: http://www.durasupreme.com/request-brochure
Breakfast nook, Reading Nook, and family room space with a small entertainment center. Perfect small room design concept. Dura Supreme Cabinetry shown in "Classic White" painted finish. Request a FREE
“Kitchen nook idea” — L W
Astleford Interiors, Inc.
5 Reviews
Spanish Colonial Remodel
Ideabooks429
Questions0
to use it? Do you love it for what it is, or do you love it (and hold on to it) only because you loved the person who gave it to you? My advice is to honor your feelings but respect your space. This might mean keeping a single soup tureen (the one you remember from all those Sunday dinners) and passing
to use it? Do you love it for what it is, or do you love it (and hold on to it) only because you loved the person who gave it to you? My advice is to honor your feelings but respect your space. This might mean keeping a single soup tureen (the one you remember from all those Sunday dinners) and passing
to use it? Do you love it for what it is, or do you love it (and hold on to it) only because you loved the person who gave it to you? My advice is to honor your feelings but respect your space. This might mean keeping a single soup tureen (the one you remember from all those Sunday dinners) and passing
“I love my Stratfordshire dogs” — deborah0227
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