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Dining Room #2
Casual dining room that connects to open living room and kitchen. Dining room table is from Pottery Barn's Benchwright line. Drapery and roman shades are custom made. Beams in ceiling are rough sawn and stained a custom blend to match other wood tones. Windows and sliding door to covered back porch are from Pella.
Clawson Architects, LLC
Clawson Architects Projects
colors -- homeowner list colors -- nice whites!
Jason Arnold Interiors
D I N I N G
every homeowner had to have the stainless steel professional-looking appliance package, and every home had to be large enough to accommodate a small village, there was also a strong counter movement toward smaller houses and less glitz.If one thing does stick out, it's that all of those surfaces had
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Best of Houzz 2012, 2013
Best of Houzz 2012, 2013
Paula Grace Designs creates luxurious, comfortable homes emphasizing personalized design and high-end and custom furnishings. A design you love delivered with the service and quality you deserve.
Cynthia Lynn Photography
Simplifying in the Suburbs
just how homeowners Tim and Dona Lawler wanted it. Working closely with their architect, contractor and interior designer, they created a home rich with authentic details, like the rounded-top front door and box-beam ceiling shown here.See the tour: English Cottage Style Graces a Home Bathed in Light
Dona Rosene Interiors
Ft. Worth Historical Residence
and the homeowner uses them to store most of her dishes. "My client loves animals and picked out this horse," says Rosene. "She also picked out the zebra in the dining room." A rustic table base and wooden ladderback dining chairs with rush seats add to the farmhouse warmth of this room. Breakfast table:
Most homeowners pick a color for their walls but then keep the ceiling white. I like to shake this up by doing the reverse. Give your dining room a soft glow with a warm butter yellow on the ceiling.
LORRAINE G VALE, Allied ASID
This homeowner also added color to the chairs with new cushions that didn't need to be stapled or screwed in place.Tip: Decide early on which lines you want highlighted in your cane chair. Do you want a curved back for a fun and flirty room; a rounded top, which is versatile enough for any decor; or
P. Scinta Designs, LLC
Glamour Dining Room
These homeowners had already purchased their dining room table, chairs and buffet before they hired Peggy Scinta of P. Scinta Designs. "The wife loves the color blue and had the room painted a very deep color that made it seem dark and lifeless," she says. "The goal was to create a glamorous and so