2,842 square footage Dining Design Photos

Merzbau Design Collective
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Casa Corbino
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lot’s square footage, or 2,300 square feet, whichever is larger. If Schmeil had built space over the dining room, he would have gone over the square footage
“wall is clad in pickled maple plywood cut into "tiles."” — maryh1234
John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
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Kronstadt
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Because square footage comes at a premium, the Japanese are adept at creating flexible spaces
Because square footage comes at a premium, the Japanese are adept at creating flexible spaces
“Silence of this place” — roxana2014
Fitzgerald Home Furnishings
Frederick County Furniture and Accessories
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Loudoun Area Custom Estate Builder & High End Renovations
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Lisa Wolfe Design, Ltd
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Urban Sophisticate- Transitional Home in Wrigleyville
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Is this a round dining table? Also is the rug a square and what size is it and where is it from?
good rule of thumb is to multiply the room’s dimensions to get a total square footage, then multiply that number by 1.5. That will give you the total number
number of watts needed. Example: A 10-by-12-foot room totals 120 square feet. 120 x 1.5 = 180, so you’ll need 180 watts of ambient light.Whatever you do,
“table” — Keisha Hollomon
Frederick County Furniture and Accessories
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Elad Gonen
1 Review
open kitchen and dining room
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Big, square tiles with tan and beige swirls
spaces you will need within the larger space, and then assign estimated square footage for each area. Think about the size of your furniture and the number
“vloere” — Karin Pretorius
Living2Design
Castleberry Hill Loft
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admitting light and views. They make a big statement without taking up much square footage.
“mur de brique” — dlavigne1
Sarah Greenman
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Dallas, TX: James and Lynsey Purl
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in their living room, which shares the wall, and didn't mind losing square footage in the dining space. "I'm pretty good at fitting a lot into a small
“Gray Walls with various wood pieces” — Renee Burdge Dudley
LOCZIdesign
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Eclectic Diamond Heights Home — Multi-room Angle
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AFTER: Widening the walls added more square footage and opened the main counter to the view on the other side of the house
“Table” — ivyparks
Square Footage Custom Kitchens & Bath Inc.
9 Reviews
Natural Warmth Kitchen & Dining Room
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Photography by Electric Heart Photography
“Sconces” — moreira
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