Arts and Crafts Dining Room Design Ideas
Oakley Home Builders
Dining with trey ceiling
Greg Robinson Architect
Haris Kenjar Photography and Design
Dining Room in a Craftsman Home. Pending Publication. Please email email@example.com for more photos. Photos by Amy Bartlam
CJ South Photography
Dominic Paul Mercadante Architecture
Douglass Fir beams, vertical grain Douglas Fir ceiling, trim. and cabinets. Custom reproduction Craftsmen lighting fixtures by John Hamm (www.hammstudios.com) Custom Dining furniture by Phi Home Designs Brian Vanden Brink Photographer
Green Building Supply
Architect: Blackbird Architects .General Contractor: Allen Construction. Photography: Jim Bartsch Photography
Board & Vellum
The Dining Room offsets the table into the bay windows to allow open circulation between the three main rooms. John Wilbanks Photography
David Heide Design Studio
Architecture & Interior Design: David Heide Design Studio -- Photos: Greg Page Photography
Sarah Greenman © 2012 Houzz Matthew Craig Interiors
Garrison Hullinger Interior Design Inc.
Tim Andersen Architect
We restored original dining room buffet, box beams and windows. Owners removed a lower ceiling to find original box beams above still in place. Buffet with beveled mirror survived, but not the leaded glass. New art glass panels were made by craftsman James McKeown. Sill of flanking windows was the right height for a plate rail, so there may have once been one. We added continuous rail with wainscot below. Since trim was already painted we used smooth sheets of MDF, and applied wood battens. Arch in bay window and enlarged opening into kitchen are new. Benjamin Moore (BM) colors are "Confederate Red" and "Atrium White." Light fixtures are antiques, and furniture reproductions. David Whelan photo
This Greenlake area home is the result of an extensive collaboration with the owners to recapture the architectural character of the 1920’s and 30’s era craftsman homes built in the neighborhood. Deep overhangs, notched rafter tails, and timber brackets are among the architectural elements that communicate this goal. Given its modest 2800 sf size, the home sits comfortably on its corner lot and leaves enough room for an ample back patio and yard. An open floor plan on the main level and a centrally located stair maximize space efficiency, something that is key for a construction budget that values intimate detailing and character over size.
Banta Builders LLC
Crown molding, custom ceiling trim (painted and stained) and low wainscoting set the stage for classic dining. The next step is installing an appropriate pendant light over the dining room table.