Azalea Residence II, Dallas Texas mediterranean-dining-room
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Azalea Residence II, Dallas Texas

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Example of a tuscan dark wood floor dining room design in Dallas with white walls, a standard fireplace and a plaster fireplace — Houzz

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Cathy B wrote:
Love the table and Chairs! What is the source / brand for the chairs?
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Michelle Howard

i know the chairs are from Cantoni not sure about the table

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cvtx210 wrote:
Where can I get this rug for dining room grey and white - Where can I get rug the white and grey
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stanfordmom331

The rug is from Global Views. My sister has the same rug.

https://www.globalviews.com/product_groups/1199?category_id=270&page=2

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traceys60 wrote:
Beautiful. Who makes the rug and where can I find it? Thanks.
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stanfordmom331

The rug is from Global Views. My sister has the same rug.

https://www.globalviews.com/product_groups/1199?category_id=270&page=2

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Salcito Custom Homes wrote:
Who makes the dining table? what finish is the top and base? size?
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mortydoodle wrote:
could you tell me the brand of the chandelier?
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canugrwndi

Chandelier - Eurofase


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markiepringle wrote:
Sideboard - Love the simplicity of the sideboard. Source, please.
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rmarie86 wrote:
Where are the chairs from? They are fabulous - Where are the chairs from?
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Cathy FOSTER wrote:
chairs?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Mitchell Parker added this to New This Week: Proof the Formal Dining Room Isn’t Dead
1. Less Is MoreDesigners: Justin Kettler and Tim Loecker (homeowners and design hobbyists)Location: DallasYear built: 2015Size: About 13 by 22 feet (3.9 by 6.7 meters) Homeowners’ request: “Our vision centered around a fluid entertaining area evoking a formal yet fun and approachable feel,” homeowner Justin Kettler says. “The dining room is the integral space at the heart of this entertaining area, bringing together family and friends for lively conversations and celebrations over food and wine.” Plan of attack: “The dining room is connected to a den, butler’s prep area and enclosed wine cellar. We began with sight lines to draw the eye from one room to the next without giving everything away. We like there to be pleasant surprises. As you enter the foyer, the dining room is situated to the far left, but you may not immediately know it’s there. Preceding the dining room is the den, where company can relax and catch up on life before sitting down at the table. “To create a distinct space for the dining room, we added a double-sided fireplace flanked by pass-throughs on each side. You catch glimpses of the dining room beyond the fireplace and pass-throughs without revealing its entirety. Once in the dining room, the table is lined and centered with an oversized window on one end and a butler’s prep area with focal art wall on the other end. “We love wine. Our friends love wine. Therefore, it seemed natural to have the enclosed wine cellar reside adjacent to the dining room for emergency access.” What wasn’t working: “One challenge was limited wall space for artwork, so we made some adjustments on the size and placement of the side windows to accommodate an oversized art piece.” What goes on here: “Beyond sitting down for dinner, the dining room is also a great place to congregate with a glass of wine in hand and play poker, dominoes, or board games with small groups of friends. The abundance of natural light makes it a great place to read and enjoy a beverage while looking out over the front yard and neighborhood.”
Mitchell Parker added this to 15 Remodeling ‘Uh-Oh’ Moments to Learn From
12. Get Your ChevronDesigners: Justin Kettler and Tim Loecker (homeowners and design hobbyists)Location: DallasSize: About 13 by 22 feet (3.9 by 6.7 meters) Year built: 2015“Uh-oh” moment: “When solving for an exterior elevation and proportion challenge with our architect, the length of the dining room increased several feet,” says designer and homeowner Justin Kettler. “Proportionally, the dining room became very long, perhaps too long. As we tried to problem-solve this lengthy-dining-room situation, each alternative resulted in another obstacle downstream. Instead of fighting it, we finally embraced it with a herringbone-pattern wood floor running the length of the room. We were really unsure about this last-ditch solution, but once it was installed, we gave a high-five, as the impact was striking. At the same time, the herringbone added balance, softening the length of the room.” Read more about this and other modern formal dining rooms
Kelly Porter added this to Give Your Small White Room a Boost
5. Choose contrast. White walls may not seem like an option for people who want a more dramatic look. But with some dark finishes and rich accent hues, drama prevails. Go for dark wood furniture and sumptuous hardwood flooring such as walnut or hickory in a deep finish. Install your flooring in a herringbone pattern or on a slant for added emphasis.Similar paint color to try: White on White from Glidden.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Shanemac Furniture & Interiors added this to Dining Room Ideas
It’s true that many homeowners are ditching their dining rooms and remaking the spaces into more frequently used home offices and media rooms. But not everyone is jumping on the bandwagon.
Alyssa Diaz added this to balance
formal because it is asymmetrical
Maricon Estalane Lim added this to Dining Project
5. Choose contrast. White walls may not seem like an option for people who want a more dramatic look. But with some dark finishes and rich accent hues, drama prevails. Go for dark wood furniture and sumptuous hardwood flooring such as walnut or hickory in a deep finish. Install your flooring in a herringbone pattern or on a slant for added emphasis.Similar paint color to try: White on White from Glidden.

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