90 exterior dark siding Farmhouse Dining Design Photos

TruexCullins Architecture + Interior Design
5 Reviews
Contemporary Vermont Farm House
Miller Eames Molded Plastic Side Chair with Eiffel Tower
windows dark on exterior, white interior
bookcases on both sides of wood stove and dark wall creating a hearth behind the stove. Eye travels to the center area.
Play on lights and darks around stove.
stair behind wall with fireplace and shelves - good for a side with bad view
best to include it within your seating arrangement. This designer made this modern stove the focal point of the living area by centering it, creating a dark, dramatic wall shield and flanking it with bookshelves.
“the colour of the dining chairs” — Esmeralda
Kristin Petro Interiors, Inc.
23 Reviews
New Construction
Can you tell me maker of buffet/side board and where you got chandelier?
Dark floors, dark grey on upper walls...Kent doesn't like the avocado green though. Copper accents instead?
Dark paint contrasted with white trim
dark wood on the top of the pillar base
Dark on top. Light in bottom
side paneling and size of room.
“chairs” — juliestinson
Destree Design Architects, Inc.
1 Review
New Old Farmhouse
Exterior - Zane Williams Interiors - Jon Jallings
corner niche. for each side of window
A corner cabinet with cubbies on alternating sides, allowing art to be displayed on one side above cubbies.
the contrast of light and dark
Built in bench and bookcases on one side
Mixture of light and dark
Multi-sided bookshelf
“Paint colour” — Joanna Davidson
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Nancy Barisof, ASID, is an interior designer delivering intelligent, thoughtful, and elegant design solutions honoring your budget and needs for both full-scale residential and commercial projects.
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
Is it possible to do dark wood trim with cream colored cabinets?
Farmhouse living/dining area; beige coloured walls and rugs, dark almost gray flooring, rustic grey framed mirror
couch back height and bench to store under table, window seat on other side and room for one chair on end if needed
rectangle table with different seating options. Would use 3 or 4 courtroom wooden chairs on one side, bench on other side, end chairs single seating...maybe wicker or something vintage.
dark floors, white trim, beige-gray walls... this room feels like european goodness for some reason
indirect glow to an entire space. Down with mini blinds! Down with dark unopenable curtains!
Go big on the table and small on the seating. When looking to take up less room in a space, try a bench instead of chairs on all or one side of your table. Make sure you can push the bench under the table
“Dining table” — sweetknees
Tess Fine
Laura Zindel
dark wooden floor, dark wooden ceiling, whitewashed walls
The centered hutch and side tables
The idea of 2 of the same for fl ottomans on either side of tv
I like the console/buffet tables on either side of the hutch
Love the white walls and dark ceiling. Also I like the farmhouse style
Love this for Friday creek house adding another lounge off dining room south side
“lights” — juliestinson
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: French Country Meets Southern Farmhouse Style in Georgia
Mixed chairs with bench on one side
Mixing and matching dining room chairs: "10. Bench on one side, chairs on the other. Putting a low bench on one side of the dining table in place of chairs is an easy way to break
stool on the back side near window
10. Bench on one side, chairs on the other. Putting a low bench on one side of the dining table in place of chairs is an easy way to break up a set, typically costs less than buying
Like the shelves and plates arranged on either side of the china
Bench on one side, chairs on the other.
Maybe for breakfast table? Bench on one side, chairs on the other. Putting a low bench on one side of the dining table in place of chairs is an easy way to break up a set, typically costs less than buying individual chairs
“chandelier and french country” — bbgambs
Kimberley Bryan
5 Reviews
Photo credit: Kimberley Bryan © 2013 Houzz
I love the dark look with lighter places showing through.
dining, kitchen and TV room off to the side
White ceilings and the harvest table with diff. end chairs. Also the mix of dark and white woodwork.
love the floors/wide plank and dark
Like end chairs diff from side chairs
dining, family and living space is vast, with a soaring white painted wood ceiling, yet it still manages to embody warmth through its dark hickory floor. Flooring: Dark Roast, Mendocino hardwood hickory, Associated Flooring; lighting: Schoolhouse Electric
“lights” — Karina Elias
Blackburn Architects, PC
German-style Bank Barn Conversion
is not visible through the open space between the existing siding). The standing seams of the original roof are flattened so the new SIPS panel can be laid on top. A new finish material is then applied to the exterior walls and roof that matches the existing in style and color. The results are a well
insulated panels). The existing finish of the roof and exterior walls are left in place and repaired as required using reclaimed wood in order to retain the patina of the existing finishes on the interior. The SIPS panels are then applied to the exterior (paint the interior face of the panel black so it is
well insulated building with all the existing finishes retained on the interior and all new but matching finishes on the exterior. Critical to retaining the look of the original thin roof eave (typical of many old barns) is in the detailing of the connection between the wall and roof SIPS panels so you
“Railing” — Jessica Devasher
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