148,580 room & office Dining Design Photos

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Castleberry Hill Loft
Ideabooks17,386
Questions3
love this idea to separate a room!
old doors for room divider in my loft
repurpose into an inventive room or office divider. These reclaimed windows provide separation between the living and dining areas while admitting light and views. They make a big statement without taking up much square footage.
How to get startedMake a list of all the rooms in your home. If you have
Repurposing a room and redesigning within your existing home’s footprint is always cheaper than building an addition.Next, make a list of the rooms you wish you had in your home. Compare the two lists and see if any room could have a dual purpose. And can you live without any of the room purposes you
cottage windows open onto the garden and make this small dining room feel ever so much larger.
“Estudio” — marielolivares
Reflections Interior Design
12 Reviews
Traditional Shaker Heights Residence
Ideabooks106
Questions0
dining room with plaid silk drapes
The colors used in this room are very cheerful and happy with a touch of romance.
living room...dining room...dining room table
“Wallpaper” — ritapaulwalia
FRANCISCO MUÑOZ
PROVENZA1
Ideabooks74
Questions0
great room...office chair
“czarna opaska” — acronin
GEREMIA DESIGN
Ritch Street Residence
Ideabooks25
Questions0
living room
“The beam” — lydiakelly4
IPD Partners, Inc.
3 Reviews
Greenwich Village Residence
Ideabooks2,527
Questions4
bright and happy room, small, but doesn't
library dining room that I like
shelving for living room
Dining room and library
Mini library/home office
dining room...My office...Dining room idea...Living room builtin...Nathan's Room...Office wall...dining room office
“shelves” — Merlia Whirlia
Tim Cuppett Architects
13 Reviews
Palm House
Ideabooks6,858
Questions8
The shelves in this room were designed by Cuppett; built and installed by a local millwork contractor.
Behold the library and dining room combo. Walls lined with books make a room feel cozy and intimate. Plus, your dinner guests will know how well read you are.
Double duty: dining room & office?
This is a most beautiful dining room-slash-library. Best part is the views!
Library and Dining room all in one!!!
Chip. Chairs, library in dining room, bookshelves, ends, proportions
between the large windows in this dining room. Crown molding around the ceiling adds more character to the space.
The Intelligent Dining RoomHaving a separate library is so Downton Abbey. Behold the library and dining room combo. Walls lined with books make a room feel cozy and intimate. Plus, your dinner
“book shelves in the dining room.” — nikarae
Birdhouse Interior Design
Birdhouse Design
Ideabooks5,347
Questions6
Office in dining room Chairs with wood table
The McKays based many of the rooms' color palettes around specific textiles or pieces of furniture. "But sometimes I just find things I love when I'm out shopping and think, 'I'll make this work,'" Jessica says. Although all the pieces in the dining room were purchased separately, the brown, white and
together.Need to know: Online consultations include a room mood board with sources for furniture and accessories, tips on creating a color palette, ideas for repurposing items and a written explanation of how to implement the plan.Cost: $250 per roomIs it right for you? Birdhouse Interior Design Consulting
The dark walls in this room would be dramatic in the evening, but the large window provides natural light and creates a very different feel during the day. I love the bright blue chairs that keep the room from feeling too heavy.Also, notice that the shelving houses
“Light fixture.” — shamrah
E C Schmitt & Company
Kenzo Estate Tasting Room
Ideabooks998
Questions2
the green, dark brown. neat room
Conference room in front of garage door
Office conference room
Spring Pond Dining Room/Office
conference room end wall
Kenzo Estate Tasting Room
Conference Room...mood of the room...living room...tasting room...in dining room...Bonus room!
“Conference Room” — krock92
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