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Example of a mid-sized trendy dark wood floor kitchen/dining room combo design in Detroit with blue walls and no fireplace

Brookdale NookContemporary Dining Room, Detroit

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Example of a mid-sized trendy dark wood floor kitchen/dining room combo design in Detroit with blue walls and no fireplace —  Houzz
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kellydubuque wrote:Apr 23, 2015
  • stacietobin

    who makes the table?

  • lauriesandler

    Who makes this table and what is it made of?

Mara Myers wrote:Dec 17, 2012
  • pamelastafford
    Are the chairs from Hickory White as well
  • L Mo
    I'm struggling with if I should paint the paneling. I also want this table in my kitchen (1st 3 pics).
halpy wrote:Feb 6, 2013
  • Cathy FOSTER
    IF you go to Amazon.com, they have disc plate hangers that I've seen mentioned on a blog. They come in different sizes, stick to the wall, have a hook for the plate. I'm about to hang some plates and are going to try them...after I read the reviews
  • Cathy FOSTER
    Four and a half star reviews on those discs.
shailip wrote:Dec 22, 2012
  • tlpkbuck
    It is available in 60" as well
  • danyello71

    Is this or can it be counter height?

steffarrelly wrote:Jun 15, 2012
  • khawk65
    Theirs look too low and wide. This one has taller appearance with more chair room I have large family.
  • Mirella Miniaci
    love the table
smbsny wrote:Mar 14, 2015
  • judy1975
    Where were these chairs purchased?
  • mcdonnellclan

    love these chairs, where can I purchase?

lizmoss wrote:Aug 5, 2012
  • nimeeka
    Where did you get the chandelier from.
  • lanallh
    It looks like the one I purchased from Troy Lighting product number F2735.
Michele Butterfield wrote:Feb 12, 2015
lashon35 wrote:Oct 8, 2014
  • j_malecek
    Where is fabric from?
Gina H wrote:Jun 15, 2014
  • gancer1017
    What are dimensions and material
vibhadania wrote:Dec 2, 2013
  • shilim
    Barney's and you can also get this online far fetch.com
wilsonrd wrote:Nov 15, 2013
  • kendracecil
    Yes. Please inform us about the light fixture.
misstheresalee wrote:Jul 15, 2012
  • joycemedina
    I love the paint color. What color is it?
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                  ivanornancy wrote:Jun 5, 2012

                    What Houzz contributors are saying:

                    Becky Harris added this to The Cure for Houzz Envy: Dining Room Touches Anyone Can DoNov 11, 2013

                    Hang plates on the wall. We covered this under kitchen-envy cures, and it works just as well in the dining room. It’s another great way to create an instant collection from things you already have, and to show off favorite pieces instead of hiding them in cabinets. Learn how to hang plates on the wall

                    Elements of Style added this to How to Seat Your Dinner Guests in ComfortNov 29, 2012

                    The round dining table. A more intimate space loves a round dining table. If you prefer to entertain small groups of friends and family, or you don’t have a dedicated dining room, round could be for you.Just as with a rectangular or square table, measure your space and apply the same chair measurements. Allow 26 inches per person for elbow room on a three- to six-seater and 24 inches for six or more.A round table usually has one pedestal leg, offering extra leg room. I like the timber footrest on the bottom of this pedestal, as those seated can raise their feet off the ground and get a little extra support. General seating guidelines:• Four people will fit around a 36- to 44-inch table• Four to six people will fit around a 44- to 54-inch table • Six to eight people will fit around a 60- to 70-inch table.The larger your round table is, the harder it will be for all your guests to converse with one another — keep this in mind if you have a large dining room and are tempted to go with a round table.Find an interior designer to help you choose dining room furniture

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