1,892 using space Eclectic Dining Design Photos

Mary Prince
9 Reviews
Mary Prince Photography © 2012 Houzz
I like how everything is integrated into this space and it truly is a multi-use space.
laundry off kitchen,dining space and light fixture
Beam, colours, use of space
flow of space reclaimed surfaces
multi use space...great use of space
“rustic floor” — Dawn Schelthelm
Toronto Interior Design Group | Yanic Simard
20 Reviews
Small Space Residence
like table and seating and use of space
best use of a tiny studio to feel like multiple rooms in one
Great use of space. Love how both high and low elements come together in this living area. The oversize mirror adds depth and an illusion of extra space!
Another idea of very small space sharing it with
“drapery divider” — sharolyncolemanherndon
Cortney Bishop Design
Island Dwelling
I love using space like this...multipurpose, with shelves all the way to the ceiling for tons of books!
Love the built in shelving. Great use of space
how about a study with a round table in it if we're using laptops! the black book cases also tie in with the Asian theme black window frames
ceilings, so when I saw that the shelves were already there, I just took it all the way up to the ceiling to heighten the sense of vertical space and modernized the space with the Serge de Troyer light fixture," she says.Rug: antique Oushak, Persian Galleries
look will add depth to your scheme. Here, wonderful yellow leather and tubular steel dining chairs contribute some retro style to an eclectic dining space.
“Contrast bt kitchen n dining” — patiokam
Deb Bayless - Design for Keeps
9 Reviews
Making the Most of What You Have
Hi there! I have been trying to make a similar space capable of sitting 2 - 2.5 people in my tiny kitchen. This looks to be almost perfect for it. What are the dimensions of the bench and table? Also how many can sit at the table comfortably without the chair? The space I'm working
Can you please tell me the name and brand of paint used on the walls? Thank you!
how the natural light in your space affects it. Good luck.
Yes, sometimes you have to get creative to make seating work in a smaller space. The overall size of the kitchen here is 10' x 18'. The banquette is approx. 48" x 48". Typically, you should allow 24" of space per person altho' 30" is even
The banquette itself was built in the field by my carpenter using finished ply from the cabinet manufacturer so that it would match the dark maple cabinets. You can find lots of inspiration on Houzz as well as basic
“table base” — srepka
Ryland Peters & Small | CICO Books
Flea Market Chic
It 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
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.
Booth seating to save space. Use Ikea kitchen
I like the idea of a window bench seat and a nesting table to use as a counter
Use same material for seating as countertops. No upholster means easier cleanup
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 — you will be able to seat more people. Otherwise, a rectangular table will save the most floor space.Don't waste any space: Use storage in the benches for
“Practical” — emmy8691
Megan Blake Design
1 Review
Dining Delight
mini bar idea is good for small space
use acrylic pieces to create more visual space
Use of space tiny dinning table
Love the scale of the mirror in this small space - especially works here because
I like the chair reading area in the informal dining room space.
Idea for the kitchen setting - round dining table is more ideal for small spaces.
6. Perform a Disappearing Act Try using furniture made from non traditional materials. Items made of acrylic or 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.
Round tables are great for small spaces. They fit in tight spaces and have no sharp corners to bump into. You can usually fit more people around it because it has no corners. Pedestal tables are even
“dwr ghost chairs” — kelbak
Desk converted into dining room table when needed. Better use of space than conventional dining table using up valuable space.
different chairs of same color. giant fun chalkboard for menus. some formal touches make the space feel special but still good for daily use
copper surround/ simple multi use set up
Good use of ikea coffee table
Utilise storage spaceIf storage space is at a premium in your dining room, think about incorporating drawers, shelving and storage units wherever possible. Here, the table itself
home in on what you want much more quickly. Make a list of keywords describing what you are looking for (for instance, midcentury, Danish, teak) and use this to search sites such as Craigslist, eBay and Etsy.
“I like everything about it!” — milaalexia
nC2 architecture llc
8 Reviews
Park Slope Triplex
to a triplex. The design centers around a dramatic two-story space which integrates the entry hall and stair with a library, a small desk space on the lower level and a full office on the upper level. The office is used as a primary work space by one of the owners - a writer, whose ideal working environment
This central section of the house, including the writer's office, was designed to maximize sight lines and provide as much connection through the spaces as possible. This openness was also intended to bring as much natural light as possible into this center portion of the house; typically the darkest
to a triplex. The design centers around a dramatic two-story space which integrates the entry hall and stair with a library, a small desk space on the lower level and a full office on the upper level. The office is used as a primary work space by one of the owners - a writer, whose ideal working environment
“clarity” — kdibianca
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