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Putney, Loft Conversion Contemporary Dining Room, London

Trendy light wood floor and beige floor kitchen/dining room combo photo in London with white walls — Houzz

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heyheygirl wrote:
Table - Where is the table from?
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Chalene Thompson wrote:
Table - Where is the table from? Thanks!
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Can you let me know where the table is from?
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Leila C wrote:
Was the booth built in or are there movable parts?
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sadie1jane wrote:
Yes..love the table! - Who makes it? Is it custom?
phil_thomas702 wrote:
I would like to also ask again about the flooring? - Would appreciate color and manufacturers. I saw other questions about the floor but could not find a reply. Very pretty!
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lowes50000 wrote:
Where can I purchase this table? - Also, what are the dimensions?
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Judith Moen wrote:
Please describe the pendant lights and their availability
onjupiter wrote:
Wood floor - Manufacturer please and thank you?
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Melissa Doyle wrote:
Table/bench footprint - What are the dimensions of the table and the footprint of the table plus bench and chairs, please?
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rgray2011 wrote:
how did you formulate the bench? - I would like to do this in my dining
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madhuriya wrote:
Flowers? - Where are they from?
grish2001 wrote:
Tile - What color tile did you use?
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613micheleg wrote:
Love the chairs. Where can I get them?
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cbenni wrote:
Small beach ranch kitchen - Where are the bench seats from?
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leeannsblessed wrote:
What type of flooring is this? Where is it from?
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mazzucco wrote:
What colour is the paint on the wall please? - What is the colour of the wall paint please?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Lara Sargent added this to Iconic Designs: 10 Modern Dining Chairs to Know
6. Bertoia wire chair. Harry Bertoia’s wire chairs have an amazing lightness of structure and ability to add oodles of style to any kitchen or dining room. Oh, and they’re really comfy to boot.The Italian-born American furniture designer created just a single series of five wire chairs in the 1950s. This one, the Side chair, produced by Knoll, is an out-and-out classic. Interiors aficionados worldwide adore the delicate yet tough design, which comes in black, white, chrome and powder-coated colors and has neat snap-on seat pads. Tough vinyl pads on boldly colored powder-coated versions can also brighten up alfresco eating spaces.
Anna Tobin added this to How to Make Your Kitchen a Sociable Space
Keep it cozy. On the whole, people aren’t keen on hanging out in stark rooms. If your kitchen feels comfortable, it will draw people to it and make everyone in it feel at ease. Here, generous seating, an array of comfy cushions and a rustic wooden table with a big bowl of fruit help to give the room an inviting, lived-in feel.
Janet Dunn added this to Isn’t It Good, Nordic Wood: The Appeal of Pale Floors
Create informal spaces. Deep-toned wood or dark painted floors lend themselves to quite formal spaces and luxurious furnishings. A light floor can have the opposite effect, toning down the formality and giving a casual feel.
Louise O'Bryan added this to Kitchen Banquettes With Laid-Back Charm
Segue from casual to formal. For a multipurpose booth that covers all your bases, pair an elegant dining table and chairs with casual bench seating, so you can dress it up for a grown-up dinner or keep it relaxed for a quick breakfast. Tip: Make sure the built-in seating is standard dining chair height—and factor in the height of any cushion that sits on top.
Amanda Pollard added this to 11 Design Tricks for Defining Your Open-Plan Dining Space
7. Build in a bench seat. Cushioned benches are comfortable and flexible. Make the most of an open-plan space by building one next to other elements in the room. Here, the bench rests against the kitchen countertop, creating a snug and sociable spot where guests can gather while the cook prepares food in the kitchen.

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Heather V added this to Final Kitchen Ideas
Built-in table? Then bigger island?

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