1,340 soothing space Eclectic Dining Design Photos

Cynthia Lynn Photography
8 Reviews
The Everygirl
Ideabooks3,800
Questions5
Soothing wall color. Can you give me the name of the paint?
table, mix of classic pieces and modern in a sparse but warm and calming space
She added a small dining table to the oversize living room to create more space for entertaining guests. The vintage chairs are Craigslist finds. Dining
This round dining table shares the space with a wall that’s partially lined with built-in shelving, providing room
“Love” — Marcy Dunphy
Normandy Remodeling
38 Reviews
Chicago Condo Remodel
Ideabooks149
Questions0
for a personal, stand-alone space. Learn more about Chris Ebert, the Normandy Remodeling Designer who created this space, and other projects that Chris
Consider this treatment - like space btw studs - for entry wall.
“Mélange chaise et table” — vw2001
Faiella Design
9 Reviews
Chalk Board Paint San Francisco Dining Room
Ideabooks3,367
Questions4
it sets for the room and how nice it is just to stare at it, it adds a soothing feeling to the room.
What a great idea for a creative space like a yoga room or mediation area or were someone reads or writes.
that can be changed periodically. Raised wainscoting adds height to the space.
“Like” — lflorip
Kimberley Bryan
9 Reviews
Portland Art Deco Funk
Ideabooks5,050
Questions8
The color, its coastal, soothing, beautiful. I can also see it in the living room, dining room, kitchen
room. “I love this color,” she says. “It has absolutely transformed this space.” She adds, “I host Thanksgiving and hold dinner parties and political f
“Color.” — time2play
Bliss Design Firm
1 Review
Dining Room
Ideabooks1,403
Questions7
rich colors that sooth and excite - contradiction?
The two-tier wooden chandelier helps to lessen the formality of this space. Imagine substituting one of bronze, crystal or brass — the room would instantly
“Dimension of the table” — kathryn_ramirez
Envi Interior Design Studio
The Bon Ton Loft
Ideabooks1,492
Questions1
Nice cottage or down sized space
Use of small space, dining table and chairs
Nice small space...bright, open, light space...I love the space aarangement...Elevate the bed space...Space colros...open space...love the space and style...open space
“curtains” — upratt
Megan Blake Design
1 Review
Dining Delight
Ideabooks10,835
Questions14
Round tables are great for small spaces. They fit in tight spaces and have no sharp corners to bump into. You can usually fit
Idea for the kitchen setting - round dining table is more ideal for small spaces.
use acrylic pieces to create more visual space
Clear objects take up very little visual space, which is a great benefit
Round tables are great for small spaces. They fit in tight spaces and have no sharp corners to bump into. You can usually fit
chairs. Perfect for small spaces but appropriate anywhere, clear chairs like the Louis Ghost chair by Kartell take up no visual space. Balance their sleekness
lucite keep the area feeling light and reduces the visual weight in the space. When not in use, these pieces seem to just vanish into thin air.
area in the informal dining room space.
“Table and chairs” — karalaughlinsmith
Ryland Peters & Small | CICO Books
Flea Market Chic
Ideabooks7,842
Questions5
looks about the size I have available but I am not sure, how big is the space in cm and how big is the table in cm as well? Thanks
Build seating into a corner Make the most of a small dining space with built-in benches tucked into the corner of the room. A slim, rectangular
several people to line up along it without it eating into too much floor space.
crowd. Make the most of a small space with built-in benches tucked into the corner of the room. If you have a bit more space, go for a round or oval table
people. Otherwise, a rectangular table will save the most floor space.Don't waste any space: Use storage in the benches for table linens and fancy dishes
items neutral, and then accented with color. The green Ikea lamps keep the space lively and work well with pieces from India and Paris. Tip: Above-average
“la table” — Gaudette Poulin
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