Beige Dining Room Ideas
Example of a country medium tone wood floor and brown floor kitchen/dining room combo design in Minneapolis with white walls
Repurpose round table with RH minimalist chairs - rob_pullen
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Enclosed dining room - large farmhouse medium tone wood floor and brown floor enclosed dining room idea in Portland with white walls, a standard fireplace and a stone fireplace
Love the beams and stone back wall - kevinandbelle
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i like this dining room except the picture frame that looks like a electric socket is a bit off - christine_que
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like window treatments for living room and kitchen and chairs - largedogsrock
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Kitchen/dining room combo - transitional medium tone wood floor and brown floor kitchen/dining room combo idea in Atlanta with beige walls
Love the side boards and color - kayepauldavis
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Large country medium tone wood floor and brown floor enclosed dining room photo in Philadelphia with white walls
Dining chairs for a kitchen table - eclairebb
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Matching blue garden stools. Pretty. - blwoolfolk
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black windows window length white trim - kbeaudrie
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nice neutral floor and wall colour - donnaslatchford
This LEED Platinum certified house reflects the homeowner's desire for an exceptionally healthy and comfortable living environment, within a traditional neighborhood.
INFILL SITE. The family, who moved from another area of Wellesley, sought out this property to be within walking distance of the high school and downtown area. An existing structure on the tight lot was removed to make way for the new home. 84% of the construction waste, from both the previous structure and the new home, was diverted from a landfill. ZED designed to preserve the existing mature trees on the perimeter of the property to minimize site impacts, and to maintain the character of the neighborhood as well as privacy on the site.
EXTERIOR EXPRESSION. The street facade of the home relates to the local New England vernacular. The rear uses contemporary language, a nod to the family’s Californian roots, to incorporate a roof deck, solar panels, outdoor living space, and the backyard swimming pool. ZED’s careful planning avoided to the need to face the garage doors towards the street, a common syndrome of a narrow lot.
THOUGHTFUL SPACE. Homes with dual entries can often result in duplicate and unused spaces. In this home, the everyday and formal entry areas are one and the same; the front and garage doors share the entry program of coat closets, mudroom storage with bench for removing your shoes, and a laundry room with generous closets for the children's sporting equipment. The entry area leads directly to the living space, encompassing the kitchen, dining and sitting area areas in an L-shaped open plan arrangement. The kitchen is placed at the south-west corner of the space to allow for a strong connection to the dining, sitting and outdoor living spaces. A fire pit on the deck satisfies the family’s desire for an open flame while a sealed gas fireplace is used indoors - ZED’s preference after omitting gas burning appliances completely from an airtight home. A small study, with a window seat, is conveniently located just off of the living space. A first floor guest bedroom includes an accessible bathroom for aging visitors and can be used as a master suite to accommodate aging in place.
HEALTHY LIVING. The client requested a home that was easy to clean and would provide a respite from seasonal allergies and common contaminants that are found in many indoor spaces. ZED selected easy to clean solid surface flooring throughout, provided ample space for cleaning supplies on each floor, and designed a mechanical system with ventilation that provides a constant supply of fresh outdoor air. ZED selected durable materials, finishes, cabinetry, and casework with low or no volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and no added urea formaldehyde.
YEAR-ROUND COMFORT. The home is super insulated and air-tight, paired with high performance triple-paned windows, to ensure it is draft-free throughout the winter (even when in front of the large windows and doors). ZED designed a right-sized heating and cooling system to pair with the thermally improved building enclosure to ensure year-round comfort. The glazing on the home maximizes passive solar gains, and facilitates cross ventilation and daylighting.
ENERGY EFFICIENT. As one of the most energy efficient houses built to date in Wellesley, the home highlights a practical solution for Massachusetts. First, the building enclosure reduces the largest energy requirement for typical houses (heating). Super-insulation, exceptional air sealing, a thermally broken wall assembly, triple pane windows, and passive solar gain combine for a sizable heating load reduction. Second, within the house only efficient systems consume energy. These include an air source heat pump for heating & cooling, a heat pump hot water heater, LED lighting, energy recovery ventilation, and high efficiency appliances. Lastly, photovoltaics provide renewable energy help offset energy consumption. The result is an 89% reduction in energy use compared to a similar brand new home built to code requirements.
RESILIENT. The home will fare well in extreme weather events. During a winter power outage, heat loss will be very slow due to the super-insulated and airtight envelope– taking multiple days to drop to 60 degrees even with no heat source. An engineered drainage system, paired with careful the detailing of the foundation, will help to keep the finished basement dry. A generator will provide full operation of the all-electric house during a power outage.
OVERALL. The home is a reflection of the family goals and an expression of their values, beautifully enabling health, comfort, safety, resilience, and utility, all while respecting the planet.
ZED - Architect & Mechanical Designer
Bevilacqua Builders Inc - Contractor
Creative Land & Water Engineering - Civil Engineering
Barbara Peterson Landscape - Landscape Design
Nest & Company - Interior Furnishings
Eric Roth Photography - Photography
dining table style - I'd like that in a darker wood. NOT chairs. - ellacelebration
Photo Credit: Mark Ehlen
Example of a mid-sized classic dark wood floor kitchen/dining room combo design in Minneapolis with beige walls
Wall Color - Sherwin Williams “Macadamia” Trim Color - “Dove White” - webell
Inspiration for a large timeless medium tone wood floor dining room remodel in New York with blue walls
I thought this was a good picture for transition because of the curved doorway. - webuser_537326683
Enclosed dining room - mid-sized traditional dark wood floor enclosed dining room idea in New York with brown walls
Moulding between living room and dining room - jamie_baulier
Design by The Sunset Team in Los Angeles, CA
Example of a huge trendy light wood floor great room design in Los Angeles with white walls
Combination of different patterns, domination of white and use of wood natural material - lilykakoko
Enclosed dining room - large traditional dark wood floor and brown floor enclosed dining room idea in New York with gray walls, a standard fireplace and a metal fireplace
Hedrich Blessing Photographers
Floor from DuChateau
Great room - transitional great room idea in Chicago
love the built in above the couch - kjdavid
Example of a mid-sized transitional medium tone wood floor great room design in San Francisco with white walls
hot rolled steel instead of brass - chrisandrobin