571 using photo Mediterranean Dining Design Photos

Island Architects
Representative Project
Ideabooks20,358
Questions16
Name, size, and pattern of the stone used on the floor.
Trying to find something like the floor used in the photo and the name of the pattern of the entire floor. Looking at remodeling our new dining room to this stone and the pattern used. Thanks,
I love the exposed wooden beam. what type of wood was used and color stain please?
Hi Tricia. Since you were wondering about the stone we've attached a photo of our antique Terracotta looking limestone that is called the Arcane Stone. Very warm earth tone colors can be found in this unique stone selection.
Of course you can put smaller plants at the base of trees. Use nice full plants, 6" size probably, with deep plastic saucers to hold them, and set them on top of the soil of your trees. Get enough to fill the space
“Tile” — Edwina Payne
Amy Noel Design
11 Reviews
Malaga
Ideabooks2,861
Questions10
Please tell us more about the table/ tables in the photo.
What tile was used inside the fireplace? Color/Manufacture. Stunning work!
What do you like about this photo? Fireplace Chairs
What do you like about this photo?centre de table
are off, this stone will illuminate the room with a soft and warm glow. Design tip: Check with your electrician to see what kind of lighting should be used to light up your slab, since there are several options.
“table, chairs and chandelier” — dk88
Mediterranean Dining Room
Ideabooks7,385
Questions13
What is the wall color in this photo?
really like the use of color
paint and curtains- use for window seat?
yellow-green. I love this soft orange wall color. It's a natural fit with a bolder red-orange and neutral yellow-green. Again, there are many colors used in this space, but because they are adjacent on the color wheel, they harmonize with one another.
yellow-green. I love this soft orange wall color. It's a natural fit with a bolder red-orange and neutral yellow-green. Again, there are many colors used in this space, but because they are adjacent on the color wheel, they harmonize with one another.
“Color” — dmcwilliam
Loudon County Interior Designer
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Dining Rooms
Ideabooks73
Questions0
colors...use rust for accent in lr and turquoise/celadon in dr
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“Paint” — mangelsen
Dayna Katlin Interiors
1 Review
Kitchen dining space
Ideabooks1,561
Questions7
Hi Nancy, I custom made these chairs for my client. They are available in any fabric. I used Sunbrella on the seats for this active family! Let me know if I can get you any pricing information. Have a great Sunday! Dayna
same space as last photo but casual dining as we are proposing for ours. interesting how ceiling beams change direction. are these ceilings as high as you would like to see
wall of this space to be consistent with existing but nanawindows could be a possibility? we frequently need easy access to east wind in summer (i use the awning window on arched window in living room to get circulation in otherwise stifling heat at my house). could not do doors here as you would need
“Chairs” — ayobami6
ESD Homes
2 Reviews
Brookwood Hills 2
Ideabooks7,274
Questions9
What type of wood did you use for the mantel? I love the contrast of the painted finish with the natural look of the wood mantel. Great job!
That's amazing. I knew it wasn't something ordinary. Thank you so much. I would really appreciate the additional photos, and what kind of business would likely have shiplap?
and makes a shadow. It is a great product, you can do so many things with. If you email me at liz@revivalhomesinc.com, I'll send you more close up photos.
I would want use more rustic wood but I like the facade above it.
“panels” — REMAX
Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
64 Reviews
Charmean Neithart Interiors, LLC.
Ideabooks2,210
Questions4
This formal dining room was a complete remodel and addition in this spanish-colonial style residence. Photos by Erika Bierman www.erikabiermanphotography.com
le meuble en arrieère de la photo, lapièce d'art sur le mur, le mur en pierre, le chandelier
type of wood used on the table
Antique door used for armoire
“Table finish” — ancientfaith
Maienza-Wilson Interior Design + Architecture
14 Reviews
Old Adobe Renovation & Addition
Ideabooks635
Questions3
Have you seen a skinny table like this for outdoor use?
Great use of a rug to create a color scheme by Maienza-Wilson
Layout and use of beams
Use of brick on walls
Photo: Jim Bartsch Photography
“Chairs and table” — smpallares
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