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Example of a small french country ceramic tile dining room design in Bridgeport with beige walls and no fireplace
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French Country Dining Room, Bridgeport

Full view of the dining room in a high rise condo. The building has a concrete ceiling so a drop down soffit complete with LED lighting for ambiance worked beautifully. The floor is 24" x 24 " of honed limestone installed on a diagonal pattern. "I moved from a 3 BR home in the suburbs to 900 square feet. Of course I needed lots of storage!" The perfect storage solution is in this built-in dining buffet. It blends flawlessly with the room's design while showcasing the Bas Relief artwork. Three deep drawers on the left for table linens,and silverware. The center panel is divided in half with pull out trays to hold crystal, china, and serving pieces. The last section has a file drawer that holds favorite family recipes. The glass shelves boast a variety of collectibles and antiques. The chairs are from Decorative Crafts. The table base is imported from France, but one can be made by O'Brien Ironworks. Glass top to size. Robert Benson Photography. H&B Woodworking, Ct. (Built-ins). Complete Carpentry, Ct. (General Contracting).
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