21,176 dining Living Room Design Photos

Conard Romano Architects
3 Reviews
Conard Romano Architects
down. But all this was mere cosmetics; there was more.We met our house on a rainy day so, not surprisingly, it was dark inside. The entry led into the dining room, which was the center of the house. To the north was a doorway to a hall that led to a bathroom and bedrooms. On the east wall was a door to another
“A” — 61612
2Scale Architects
7 Reviews
Columbia Street Residence
give the dining table a rug
Bar with raised area for dining and work space below
contemporary design with 2 living room areas and dining, kitchen
they're arranged to cover entire walls and draw the eye up. light grey paint keeps the room modern and airy. wood partitions separate the kitchen from dining area.
sense for Swedberg to divide it with a bunch of walls, so he left the layout open. But with nearly 12-foot ceilings, he had to define the kitchen, dining and living room somehow. So he used wood accents as a kitchen header and a large wood-clad element that separates the living room from the kitchen
“interest wall” — auntrhondo
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
My Houzz: Brin & Nate
We just updated our 1973 Ca track home. Very modern for us as we are 70 years old! Looking for a new dining room table and I noticed the legs are in a different location location than on the edges of the table. Can you explain this to me please? Thanks
like the division with sofa back to dining
Reinhardt and Ursch used a low-profile sectional to divide their big, open space into living and dining areas. "We spend more waking time here than anywhere else in the apartment," says Reinhardt. "The space manages to be open, airy and intimate at the same time."
“Bookcase/wine” — linseyc7
Astleford Interiors, Inc.
5 Reviews
Hacienda Chic Residence
Thanks so much Ashley! Here are 2 pictures taken from each end of the space . You can see how the den opens into the dining which opens to the kitchen. I appreciate your advice!!
island kitchen that also works as dining table
Love all the fabric and the different color dining chairs
Clean, white walls provide a modern backdrop for the layers of color and texture. The wood-beam ceilings evoke the old hacienda while the dining room chairs covered in bright oilcloth add a little Mexican diner to the mix.
“Colouful” — arianekiller
180 degrees
pond house | 9 degrees
Turning 180 degrees and looking back toward the entry and the steps, we can see the kitchen, which is open to the living room, as well as the dining room on the right.
Turning 180 degrees and looking back toward the entry and the steps, we can see the kitchen, which is open to the living room, as well as the dining room on the right. The sliding glass door on the right opens to a sizable exterior deck.
“Garage idea” — mojo111
Calvin Florian
Florian Hart Residence
Love the modern + mid century look of this fan. Possible fixture for the dining room.
The main floor has an open plan and soaring ceilings in the living-dining area. The variegated patterns in the rich walnut contrast with the crisp white walls and clean lines. Hart’s midcentury modern furniture adds warmth and character. “Kelly loves midcentury modern furniture and Danish furniture,
“Cool fireplace design” — nkloak
Nest House Nagoya
fire place.place it between living and dining room
spinoff from its more conventional and round cousin. I love how you can see through it!Design tip: Place this fireplace between the living area and dining room as a room divider that still allows for an open space.See more double-sided fireplaces
black dining room chairs
dining bench
“mdf” — marcirob
Modern Organic Interiors
Modern farmhouse
layout - dining room adj to living room
Could our bedroom become a dining room?
nice division between living and dining
the way the living area is off of where the dining table is.
living room opens to dining room
love this space! would use pocket doors instead of windows by dining room
DIning room open to living room
Like the division family room / dining room
“barnpro” — jackiepawluk
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