30 spacesaver Dining Design Photos

Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
Michigan farmhouse
Ideabooks5,558
Questions10
Never underestimate furnishings built for corners; they can become your space-saving best friends. In small dining rooms, consider a corner cabinet for your dishware collection. This leaves the walls open for other pieces, such as
“Tabletop” — larsbar
Griffin Enright Architects
GRIFFIN ENRIGHT ARCHITECTS: Rustic Canyon Residence
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Questions5
Specialties and Door Studio offer a range of size, wood, finish and hardware options. Without inward or outward swings, sliding doors are phenomenal space-savers, especially when trying to achieve large doors spans without taking up precious real estate. This design accentuates the doors with contrasting
“sliding door, but Jim would say we need a screen” — windingcreek
Jennifer Hagler
My House
Ideabooks2,543
Questions2
credenza and wall shelvingA simple no-frills credenza and open shelves, such as the String line above, combines the practicality of the hutch and the space-saving minimalism of the floating credenza. There's just enough room to display some items, but not too much that it becomes cluttered. This is a good
“String shelves” — matthewsmitharchitecture
Seattle Architect & Designer
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John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Kronstadt
Ideabooks4,401
Questions7
Great spacesaver by table being the floor, and coming up only when needed. Meditation room?
“love the sunken floor” — Tigre Pickett
Shirley Parks Design
Tiburon Home
Ideabooks4,378
Questions8
Space-saving, modern kitchen table and chairs
“Dining table” — annamariereyes
Ohashi Design Studio
7 Reviews
San Mateo
Ideabooks463
Questions3
Photo Credit: Paul Dyer Photography
“hi” — darlingmum
Alex Amend Photography
San Anselmo
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Questions5
pieces. •Chairs frequently have yoked-shaped top rails and back splats have a solid vase shape. Seats most often feature a horseshoe shape. •Space-saving features such as the tilt top and hinged drop leaf were often incorporated into Queen Anne style tables. •Upholstered pieces such as sofas and
“Toile wallpaper with modern touches” — urick
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
Semaski's House
Ideabooks817
Questions1
many pieces. Chairs frequently have yoked-shaped top rails and back splats have a solid vase shape. Seats most often feature a horseshoe shape. Space-saving features such as the tilt top and hinged drop leaf were often incorporated into Queen Anne style tables. Upholstered pieces such as sofas and settees
“Pretty” — birdy_10
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