1,100 scale Dining Design Photos

d'apostrophe design, inc.
Dining
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illustrates scale. All the dimensions in the room are harmonious and work together.
This picture shows scale by all the chairs being the same size and the squares in the windows are all the same size.
This image is showing scale. It is scale because the window is on a much larger scale compared
this is scale because the window
sacale “scale.... the table is really small compared to the room” “Scale because the window is on a much larger scale then the table and surrounding objects.” “This is Scale because the table is small compared to the room.” “this has scale bc the window is so big compared to
to the table and chairs” “Not Properly Scaled Furniture- The room feels empty” “This shows scale, the window shows how big the room actually is and has a small table in the middle.” “"Scale." A scale is a triangular, ruler-like device architects use to determine dimensions, but it more often refers to
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Elad Gonen
1 Review
dining room
Ideabooks1,540
Questions7
scale everything fits together like things are short and some are big
The big light above the dining table is an example of scale
example of a good scale in the principles of design. The table and chairs are in direct proportion to the room. Also the light fixture relates to the table and room.
The light and the table are to scale with each other in terms of size, and shape. The chairs are to scale with the table
Scale- everything in the room is short and some things are short and Long so it all fits together
The scale of the light fixture is very large to visually take up space in the room.
4. Use scale to create impact. This large-scale black shade above a white dining room is all about drama, and lots of it. The fixture not only provides adequate light over the table, but also plays a role in defining that area as the dining area.
“Lanternes” — sylvieroyar
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
41 Reviews
Living
Ideabooks2,012
Questions5
Try a pattern in a complementary scale. If you have patterned wallpaper, make it pop by upholstering the furniture in a pattern of complementary scale. The key word here is scale: Notice how the pattern on the chairs is smaller than that on the walls, therefore
In this closeup view, you can see that two patterns are mixed. It works because the wall pattern is bolder and larger in scale than the chair's. From a distance, the chairs read almost solid orange. Can you see adding a little (or a lot) of this retro pattern to your home?
of course, enhance the dynamic of your space when mixed with additional patterns. Why do these two patterns work together? Here comes the rally cry: scale. Plus, the mix of shapes, square vs. circle, distinguishes one print from the other.
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China Cabinet
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Questions2
It adds scale and interest to the dining room while functioning quite happily in its new role. This is a vast improvement on sending the piece off to mold in a landfill.
This one has been repurposed into a china hutch. It adds scale and interest
repurposed into a china hutch. It adds scale and interest to the dining room while functioning quite happily in its new role. This is a vast improvement on sending the piece off to molder in a landfill.
This one has been repurposed into a china hutch. It adds scale and interest to the dining room while
obsolete with the advent of the flat-panel TV? You cannot give these away on Craigslist. This one has been repurposed into a china hutch. It adds scale and interest to the dining room while functioning quite happily in its new role. This is a vast improvement on sending the piece off to molder in a
“floor and dining room set” — chrisr78
Wettling Architects
6 Reviews
Upper West Side Apartment
Ideabooks2,715
Questions3
very small room made interesting by using such an assortment of styles and scale
Huge artwork in a small room is another great way to add scale. If it makes you chuckle, so much the better!
Large scale letters with interesting finish give character to the room.
Huge artwork in a small room is another great way to add scale. If it makes you chuckle, so much the better!
“Window seat” — aliashedges
Tobi Fairley Interior Design
3 Reviews
Clear Creek
Ideabooks3,730
Questions8
one good treatment. If you are making your own curtains, work with butcher paper as I suggested, but also invest in some scaled paper and draw your windows and your treatment to scale. Remember, it’s always better to go too long, too lush or too full than to have window treatments that are skimpy and pinched
can you make sure you get it right? If you are coughing up the money for custom treatments, expect your designer or workroom to present you with a scaled drawing of your treatment before fabric is ordered or fabrication has begun. Do not give the go-ahead until you have seen a rendering of the finished
If you are coughing up the money for custom treatments, expect your designer or workroom to present you with a scaled drawing of your treatment before fabric is ordered or fabrication has begun. Do not give the go-ahead until you have seen a rendering of the finished
“Wales/window treatments” — annalwh
Edwina Drummond Interiors
9 Reviews
Edwina Drummond Interiors
Ideabooks5,524
Questions6
7. Pay attention to scale. A medium-scale pattern on this rug contrasts with a much smaller one on the chair upholstery and a larger one on the draperies. Varying the scale provides an ebb-and-flow energy that brings the room to life and ensures that its patterns don't compete.
“Rug and curtains go so well together.” — teacher34
2Scale Architects
7 Reviews
Colquitt Residence
Ideabooks66
Questions0
modern home designed by Greg Swedberg while an employee at Allegro Builders. Greg Swedberg now has his own practice 2Scale Architects Benjamin Hill Photography
2Scale Architects
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