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LDa Architecture & Interiors
6 Reviews
Eclectic Modern Tudor Dining Room
Olive and turquoise: Olive plays a supporting role in the midst of a vibrant hue like turquoise. The two work in tandem to enhance the warm wood dining room furniture.
“Nice chairs” — emichaels6
Andrew Snow Photography
My Houzz: Post Architecture // Albany House
neighbor is talented woodworker Rob Green of Paus and Grün. He built the dining table following Apostolou’s design. A rift-sawn white oak top is supported by angled steel legs in multiple shades of blue. Anchoring the dining space, the table is surrounded by a mix of chairs, including a few the owners
“Chairs” — Jordan Swain
C O N T E N T Architecture
Rockwell on Sunset
from a quick and dirty job done 40 years prior. One of the most worrisome issues was a hacked-out joist on the second floor, leaving the bathtub supported inadequately by adjoining joists and bits of plywood. A great deal of creative thought and some extra cash were needed to fix the deficient joist
“Doors” — Lone Pine Builders, Inc.
19 Reviews
Lorraine Vale
fitting in a traditional dining room — proof that these chairs are a versatile bunch. Notice the addition of the lumbar pillows for additional back support. This homeowner also added color to the chairs with new cushions that didn't need to be stapled or screwed in place.Tip: Decide early on which lines
“Dining chairs” — ivyondina
AMW Design Studio
1 Review
Brookdale Nook
extra leg room. I like the timber footrest on the bottom of this pedestal, as those seated can raise their feet off the ground and get a little extra support. General seating guidelines:• Four people will fit around a 36- to 44-inch table• Four to six people will fit around a 44- to 54-inch table • Six to
“Round table seats 8” — dotsub
Mary Prince
9 Reviews
Provincetown Beach House
The couple loves having guests stay over, so they designed a spacious main floor that would fit the way they live and entertain. Slim steel support beams encased in coffered ceiling moldings replaced the original home's much larger wooden beams. The design — inspired by a photo on Houzz — integrates
“ceiling” — StM1
CAST architecture
10 Reviews
Mazama Ranchero
Sense of exploration. Supporting previously mentioned ideas about privacy and separation, hallways are necessary in narrow buildings. They can heighten our sense of disconnection
“Kit” — such1188
Kim Nichols
Kim Nichols
New-world chic: The grouping on this breakfast table feels homey, cheerful and utterly welcoming. The jug of flowers is the star of the scene, with supporting players (a bowl of fruit, a rooster-bedecked pitcher) amplifying the impression of country living.
“Curtains for dining room” — barbaralcooper
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