96 trees for zone 7 Dining Design Photos

Hufft Projects
3 Reviews
Curved House
Ideabooks6,358
Questions7
A Dogwood tree is in the center of the house, of which the dining room (left), kitchen (right), and living room (background right) all circulate around
Can you advise what type of tree is this please.
great use of the tree with large windows
house is a flowering dogwood — Missouri's state tree. Despite harsh weather, the progression of the tree throughout the year will connect the interior with
browns, natural surfaces and sweeping lines all speak to the structure of the tree.
“The tree in the glass panel” — Klug
House of Locations
My Home
Ideabooks1,371
Questions3
I currently only have 7 ft ceiling to work with because of soffit. There is only a distance of 47 inches from range top to soffit. Thank you. That was
chimney on our range hoods could be cut to accommodate ceiling heights as low as 7 feet: ... (1-page PDF). Almost all Futuro Futuro island-mount range hoods
subtle way to distinguish between different zones in an open-plan area. The tin-tile effect that tops this dining zone provides texture, reflects light and adds
subtle way to distinguish between different zones in an open-plan area. The tin-tile effect that tops this dining zone provides texture, reflects light and adds
“Love a big wood table” — kimberlyawillis
Daly Genik
Venice House
Ideabooks1,052
Questions2
perforated sheets that jut from glass walls. The combination of screen and trees does a great job of filtering the sunlight entering the house. 2012-13
perforated sheets that jut from glass walls. The combination of screen and trees does a great job of filtering the sunlight entering the house.
perforated sheets that jut from glass walls. The combination of screen and trees does a great job of filtering the sunlight entering the house.
Series 7 Chair | Design Within Reach...using transition zone as a light column
“This ones nice too, I like the idea.” — donnacastillo12
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John Lum Architecture, Inc. AIA
7 Reviews
Moncada
Ideabooks7,073
Questions8
Tropical feel. Floor color and wall with the palm tree
You can create distinct zones in a long, narrow room. The trick to this setup: The table sits perpendicular to the sofa so the spaces seem separate.
Palm tree
“Brazillian walnut...like pattern” — sprosnik
Sally Caroline
Sinclair Residence
Ideabooks294
Questions2
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separate from play, there was a lot more fluidity intended for the living zone. The living, dining and kitchen areas merge into one in an open-plan scheme
sélectionné pour apporter son originalité et délimiter visuellement chacune des zones de ce grand espace.
“lighting” — hairisimo
Austin Patterson Disston Architects
Modern Summer House
Ideabooks1,017
Questions6
we love everything about this fresh and modern combined living and dining zone, especially the wicker egg chair that presides over the area at the corner
we love everything about this fresh and modern combined living and dining zone, especially the wicker egg-shaped chair in the corner of the room. Its enviable
“Option cot table along wall” — alisongreen1960
BWArchitects (formerly Basil Walter Architects)
Brooklyn Artist Loft
Ideabooks1,926
Questions5
visual interest and softness underfoot, large rugs can also be used to define zones with specific functions within a room, without having to install a physical
7. Lay down rugs to establish distinct spacesArea rugs are a smart inclusion
Use of rugs to create diff zones and
“rug” — jwill910
J. Latter Design
5 Reviews
Beachwood
Ideabooks637
Questions2
easy place in which to experiment with stepping out of your color comfort zone. Imagine how just getting a peek of sunshine yellow would make you feel uplifted
Behr #290B-6 "Squash" ?? Behr #360B-7 "Center Stage" ??
easy place in which to experiment with stepping out of your color comfort zone. Imagine how just getting a peek of sunshine yellow would make you feel uplifted
“Carpet” — whinwardhouse
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