406 trendy kitchen decor Eclectic Dining Design Photos

Amanda Maier Design LLC
Elegant rustic dining room
Ideabooks4,081
Questions5
Block off access to the kitchen with safety gates. Every kitchen layout is different, and older galley-style kitchens are easier to block off because of their single point of entrance. Trendy open-plan kitchens integrated with the rest of the house present more of a challenge
Would be cool at a kitchen
and will also help block kitchen access for pets. Also consider Dutch doors if your kitchen connects directly with an outdoor area. They maintain light and ventilation while blocking access for children and pets.
Like it for our kitchen doorway
Child safe kitchens: Consider Dutch doors as an alternative to a safety gate. If it makes sense for your layout, try Dutch doors, which are a costlier and permanent — yet charming — alternative to a safety gate. The door can remain long after your child grows up and will also help block kitchen access for
“Split door” — kwatanabe
Maria Killam
18 Reviews
Holiday
Ideabooks3,211
Questions3
how the corners are used to make more decorations
very trendy!!!...kitchen table...Kitchen table idea...Table for kitchen...Kitchen dining area
“I love the shelf” — lesamac
Nicole Lanteri, On My Agenda LLC
19 Reviews
Modern Loft
Ideabooks1,797
Questions2
Blue, Cool! Non-formal dining in kitchen.
Trendy Mix of chairs
Corner Decor...wall decor
“Table and different colour chairs” — Nicoleta Capota
Tina Marie Interior Design
12 Reviews
Trendy, Timeless, Transitional Dining Room
Ideabooks150
Questions1
Trendy, Timeless, Transitional Dining Room
styles and overall decor
“Fabric on chairs” — cpconze
Ryland Peters & Small | CICO Books
Flea Market Chic
Ideabooks7,326
Questions5
Dimensions of the kitchen, please? :)
Like corner banquette in kitchen, but not this one (don't like wood and it looks incredibly uncomfortable). Need outdoor fabric
kitchen banquette option, prefer a lighter wood. Cool lights
Bright colors, bohemian decor, laid back style
great use of space in a kitchen/diner
Like dramatic use of dark wood and playful shot of colour in the lights. Shelves behind seat back to use as a decorative space in front of the window.
This homeowner put a fitted unit in her small kitchen to make use of every available inch. She had a Formica company custom design the bench seating, which is made out of the same material as her countertops. To blend her flea market finds into this kitchen, the homeowner kept backgrounds and large items
“great idea for island seating” — Mackenzie Kuhn
Madison Modern Home
14 Reviews
Saarinen Style Table
Ideabooks4,292
Questions1
Hello! We're contemplating doing something similar with our kitchen/dining area - right now there's a wall between the two but we want to open it up and have a peninsula with chairs, then keep the dining table. My concern for our space is how much room there is but it
Door in the Back with Eat-In Kitchen
Kitchen but change the chairs to the table
“love the industrial/contemporary feel of this dining set” — The Hyde Group Real Estate
Kim Nichols
Kim Nichols
Ideabooks10,449
Questions18
My kitchen is this green/using buffalo ck. curtains. Instead of eat in area-I use an antique butcher block with floral upholstered chairs. Living room is open to kitchen with mission/craftsman furnishings.
I bought those at a local decor shop. Only set they had on the floor two years ago. Every one seems to love it. It came in the distressed yellow you see. I did not do it.
May I have the store name where you purchased the chandelier? It is just what I would like in my kitchen. Thank you
Decorations: red curtains, sunflowers apples, ceramic milk jugs, ...
love the pillows and decorations in this room
“Curtains for dining room” — barbaralcooper
House of Locations
My Home
Ideabooks1,100
Questions2
The tore down walls etc. skylight in kitchen raised doorways...
Kitchen additional counter space on the wall side?
above. The windowless kitchen doesn't feel dark because of the wonderful skylight, as well as the complete openness to the dining room and beyond that, the living room with large windows. Imagine it with only a narrow doorway between — a different story entirely.When we redid the kitchen, we tore down the
above. The windowless kitchen doesn’t feel dark because of the wonderful skylight, as well as the complete openness to the dining room and beyond that, the living room with large windows. Imagine it with only a narrow doorway between; a different story entirely.When we redid our kitchen, we tore down the
“Decoration” — mariissa26
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