Wapping E1W: Stylish Wharf FlatContemporary Dining Room, London

The brief throughout was a need for practicality, and light. With that in mind, we created an intelligent, clean design that didn't run away with itself.

Dining room - contemporary medium tone wood floor dining room idea in London with white walls —  Houzz
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eperelman1 wrote:July 26, 2012
  • lindar65
    I would love to know the brand and name of the finish you used. It is beautiful!
  • Bill Dwyer
    I would also like to hear how the floors were finished? Beautiful.
K Steele wrote:November 21, 2015
  • inwiscadoo

    I agree - books are to read! Not to be able to see their titles is ridiculous. Don't use them this way - find something else.

houston50 wrote:March 3, 2013
  • blairfordel
    I think the chairs are from John Lewis. They look exactly like mine.
lindar65 wrote:January 28, 2013
  • PRO
    Eco Options Hardwood
    Woca Lye, Rubio Monocoat white? Either would render this look.
vharper74 wrote:December 31, 2012
Karin wrote:July 24, 2012
  • PRO
    Hello Karin. This particular table is a white lacquer and black Macassar ebony centre bespoke creation from us at increation.
marissa916 wrote:October 6, 2013
    pantsychmance wrote:March 7, 2013
      smanke wrote:February 20, 2013

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        Mitchell Parker added this to Design Debate: Should You Use Books for Decoration?October 5, 2016

        “The books in my childhood home were grouped by subject. Science and books of medicine — my father was a professor of microbiology and a pediatrician — covered most of the living room walls, while the Talmud and various encyclopedias could be found in the dining room. Our family room was filled from floor to ceiling with books of general reading, travel and art. Imagine the joy when I discovered my mother’s John Steinbeck collection. What a glorious winter’s reading that was.”

        Cathy Lara added this to Houzz Tour: Contemporary Riverside Home in LondonJuly 9, 2012

        The texture of an exposed brick wall contrasts nicely with the polished surface of the dining table and other sleek furnishings.

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        Stefania added this to smarck24's IdeeApril 24, 2019

        idee per separare il living dalla cucina

        Antonela Macias added this to livingMarch 14, 2019

        Esa blivlioreca con la tb en el medio

        Eugenia Marín added this to LibreroJanuary 24, 2019

        Arreglo floral y libros al revés

        tinalolo added this to 11 Aricia Lane - Remodel ProjectNovember 3, 2018

        Dining built-ins: open on top, some closed storage on bottom?

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