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Large cottage medium tone wood floor and brown floor enclosed dining room photo in Philadelphia with white walls and no fireplace

Sympathetic Addition | Kennett Square, PAFarmhouse Dining Room, Philadelphia

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Large cottage medium tone wood floor and brown floor enclosed dining room photo in Philadelphia with white walls and no fireplace —  Houzz
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kddiedrich wrote:Apr 16, 2015
  • brichar2
    It's the PB Hayden dining table. I have it, I don't think they have it anymore
  • Sarah Lawyer

    Could you share the width of this table? The dining room in our floor plan is exactly this size. I'm worried about it being too narrow for people on the inside to get up from the table when they need to.

Nancy wrote:Sep 5, 2017
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    Period Architecture Ltd.

    Hello Nancy, this dining area which is representative of an enclosed porch is around 9' x 16'. The space feels more open than 9' with the amount of glass on the outer walls and wide opening leading to the kitchen.

  • bellinghambythebay

    may I ask the size of the windows on the short wall? thanks

jdhovey wrote:Mar 5, 2015
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    Period Architecture Ltd.

    The light fixtures were made by Ball & Ball Antique Reproductions in Exton, Pennsylvania.

  • jdhovey

    Thank you!


Claudette Pinsonnault wrote:Jan 23, 2015
kasonmeme wrote:Jan 21, 2015
betsyw3 wrote:May 9, 2019
romai wrote:Jan 31, 2018
  • PRO
    Period Architecture Ltd.

    The ceiling and the walls are tongue and groove with a V-groove between the boards. The edges of the boards are tapered, when they are placed next to one another they shape a V in the groove.

mely_mor wrote:Mar 7, 2015
whirlygirly wrote:Mar 6, 2015
  • PRO
    Period Architecture Ltd.

    Yes that is a stone veneer of Pennsylvania Fieldstone blend selected to match original portions of the home.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

lolalina
Laura Gaskill added this to To-Dos: Your March Home ChecklistFeb 3, 2015

10. Clean light fixtures and fan blades. Have you taken a close look at your light fixtures lately? Dust and, yes (as gross as they are), dead bugs build up in and around light fixtures. Use a vacuum with an attachment or a long-handled duster to clean pendant lights, chandeliers and fan blades. If you need to get closer, use a sturdy stepladder, not a chair. And don’t forget to clean the floor when you’re done — some of that dust is bound to end up there.Tell us: What is on your home to-do list this March?More: Your March garden checklist

What Houzzers are commenting on:

fidel962
fidel962 added this to 10 N. Early Street Sunroom/Dining RoomMay 10, 2019

exposed original stone wall hybrid roof (flat and sloped)

barbha
barbha added this to barbha's ideasApr 26, 2019

long dark wooden table lots of bright light with the windows and hardwood floors

arkaparsons
arkaparsons added this to kath & andyApr 24, 2019

kath likes this but might look older than our home age/style

miriam_kirkland
Miriam Kirkland added this to Miriam Kirkland's IdeasApr 4, 2019

Dining area if affordable... love looking outside

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