Diamond KitchenMidcentury Dining Room, Los Angeles

That table looks petite then you count the chairs. How does he make seem cozy?

Large midcentury modern light wood floor kitchen/dining room combo photo in Los Angeles with white walls and no fireplace —  Houzz
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Rebecca Wellik wrote:Jan 28, 2015
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katina wrote:Jun 4, 2016
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    ARTO

    Brown Design Group can answer that. Great look, huh!

akshanks wrote:May 9, 2015
winndow wrote:Apr 19, 2015
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    Brown Design Group

    The dining table is 13' and the bench is 11' long.

Cher wrote:Jan 28, 2015
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    The walls and ceiling are Dunn Edwards, COOL DECEMBER # DEW383

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Bryan Anthony added this to The Top 10 Houzz Tours of 2015Dec 11, 2015

7. Retro Ranch RedoDesigner Ryan Brown has moved 20 times in the past 12 years. As a frequent house flipper (if his name sounds familiar, you may have seen him on Bravo’s show Flipping Out), he’d live in homes that were staged to perfection for a few months until they were sold, then he’d move on, often selling many of the furnishings with the house. But since he put lots of blood, sweat and tears into this house and designed it specifically for his family, it may be the house they stay put in. “I put so much hard work into this one, it’s hard to imagine leaving,” the designer says. It’s easy to see why this is the home that could possibly be their forever home. Or at least their much-much-longer-than-a-few-months home.“I’ve sold almost every piece of furniture I’ve owned over the years, but the one piece I will never sell is this 13-foot-long table,” he says. “It’s solid teak. Sometimes it’s lived inside; sometimes it’s lived outside because it wouldn’t fit in the house, and it’s beaten up and gorgeous.”

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Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: ’50s Ranch Redo Could Be a KeeperJan 13, 2015

“I’ve sold almost every piece of furniture I’ve owned over the years, but the one piece I will never sell is this 13-foot-long table,” he says. “It’s solid teak. Sometimes it’s lived inside; sometimes it’s lived outside because it wouldn’t fit in the house, and it’s beaten up and gorgeous.” Tip: Look to Etsy when you want something fabricated. Brown found a metalworker who was willing to make these urchin chandeliers for him. “I now have several Etsy artisans I’ve only met online custom-making great things for me,” he says. Art: “Julia in Violet,” by Paul Rusconi (it’s composed of tiny little “pixels” of nail polish); flooring: 7-inch-wide white oak planks, The Garrison Collection; doors: Fleetwood Windows & Doors

What Houzzers are commenting on:

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cttroy added this to Cheatham KitchenAug 22, 2019

Room divider. Check out project.

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RIK SOWELL ARCHITECTS added this to TM's ResidenceJul 10, 2019

I don't need a dividing wall, but that is a really cool treatment of the black shelving. Not thinking I will have the artwork though!!!

jroskos924
Julia Roskos added this to Dream CottageJun 14, 2019

The interior window, a clever way to provide support, the shelving incorporated into the window

mainlobster
mainlobster added this to Fun StuffJun 8, 2019

Window wall between kitchen and turret room?

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