11 rooms for dog lovers Farmhouse Dining Design Photos

Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
Eclectic Farm House
Where can I get a dog like this? I feel
feel like it accompanies the room very well, but I cannot find it anywhere
Do you really think so? I think a teal or aqua dog would work better in this space. This dog lacks that all-important "pop" of colour.
everything, especially the dog and sunflower
Not really for my house. I just like this room.
The couple gutted three rooms on the first floor and transformed them into one large kitchen. The original kitchen was in the basement.An old wooden table matches the original rustic wood floors, where Phoebe the dog makes herself comfortable. A black iron electrified oil lamp sourced from an antiques
“blue and green furniture in bkgrnd” — rancheros
VKV Visuals
South African Farmhouse
Was wopndering if you had paint color and source for drapes? but overall, absolutely love this room
LOve Love Love it all. Love the beams, Love the floors Lover the finishes.
Great for a get away space- large family hearth room
dining room in middle of space-open to kitchen, no formal room
Everything in one room!
bar/dining room fireplace
Love this room...living room...dining room...nice living room...Great Room
“I love the stained concrete floors” — tlwilli1
Farmhouse Dining Room
Love the entry into dining room but??
I am considering using the space directly in front my entry as our dining room, and putting our formal living room off to the side where our previous dining area was, the dining area will be the first
Please tell me what color the trim in this fabulous room is painted.
To make the room feel "comfortable and moody," they removed the electric pendant above the dining table and use only candles instead. How do you set the mood when entertaining at home? Join the discussion on the Houzz Facebook page!
“Love the table and lights” — Elizabeth Noggle
Habitat Post & Beam, Inc.
Traditional Colonial
wine barrel for dog food storage
island slanted so that it can look into breakfast nook or family room.
something like this if pushing a wall out to make the room bigger.
bring back wooden beams in living room
I have looked at lot's of dining room picture's and I didn't think I liked the beams, but I do like the way they have them in front
kind of looks like a tasting room
“support beams” — 73clarence
Destree Design Architects, Inc.
1 Review
New Old Farmhouse
Can you share where the dog prints are from?
Built in dining room shelves in corner instead of China cabinet
paint color morning room
Corner in dining room
shelves in morning room
Dining room window...Room layout...room with a view
“Hang art on cabinets, curtains” — ballente
CWB Architects
Bug Acres of Woodstock
What do you like about this photo? The big uninstructed window. If our yard was landscaped, I'd live this in the dining room as long as there are also drapes or something for privacy.
“Branching Bubble 7 Globe Chandelier | Lindsey Adelman” — pdavidbrown
Alison Kandler Interior Design
7 Reviews
would you have a butlers pantry in a dining room
I believe it was a Schumacher paper but I bought the last of it to do this room. I know it was discontinued a white ago.
open "dog trot" look of hall way.
More deliberate confusion between indoors and out is apparent off the breakfast nook. The sitting room on the left is shingled to give the look that it was once a porch. Transoms and wide openings connect the rooms, and providing a transition
between indoors and out is apparent off the breakfast nook. The sitting room on the left is shingled to give the look that it was once a porch. Transoms and wide openings connect the rooms, and providing a transition between the sitting room and the kitchen is a breakfast nook covered in a lattice wallpaper
“room seperations” — anfolk
Rebekah Zaveloff | KitchenLab
6 Reviews
Michigan farmhouse
LOVE that shelf about the entry.. jhave ther perfect piece of barn wood that with a couple of brackets would lover EXCELLENT
shelf like this up high in the family room above entrance to dining room to display stuff!!
Above living room to kitchen opening
veggies, shuck corn, chop herbs, whatever. People want to feel a part of something and the kitchen immediately creates a sense of belonging that no other room in the house has the ability to create. “What can I do” being the standard question of anyone who comes over for a dinner party, a cookout, whatever
“walls” — lisashouseinthecountry
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