Denver RanchContemporary Dining Room, Denver
Photography by Emily Minton Redfield
What Houzz contributors are saying:
A strong, centered and weighted composition works well on small screens. In this photo, we see the detail of the table legs and the fullness of the chandelier without too much extra ceiling area. The invitation to the room beyond is a bonus that informs the viewer about how the fireplace floats within two rooms.
2. Contemporary open fireplace in Denver. A double-sided fireplace both separates and connects the dining and living rooms in this ranch house. The mix of stone tiles on the floor and fireplace complements the shell chandelier — a combination Houzzers loved.
Fully enclosed but still open on three sides.