Beach Style Brown Dining Room Design Ideas
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MCAS - Max Capocaccia Architecture Studio
Rethink Design Studio
Richard Leo Johnson Wall Color: Sherwin Williams Extra White 2137-40 Cabinet Color: Benjamin Moore Intense White OC-51 Hardware: My Knobs, Nouveau III Collection - Matte Black Faucet: Feruson Enterprises, Delta Trinsic Pull-Down - Matte Black Subway Tile: Savannah Surfaces, Waterworks Grove Brick - White Countertop: Cambria, Brittanicca Lighting: Rejuvenation, Jefferson 6" Classic Flush Mount - Black Enamel Roman Shade: The Woven Co., Canton #206 Bench Fabric: Perennials, Elements - Rhino Pillow Fabric A: Kerry Joyce Textiles, Corsica - Blue Dot Pillow Fabric B: Scalamandra, Bamboo Lattice - Endless Summer Chairs: Redford House, James Side Chair Wooden Bowls: Asher + Rye, Farmhouse Pottery Cheese Boards: Asher + Rye, Farmhouse Pottery Cutting Board: Asher + Rye, Son of a Sailor Glass Corked Jars: Roost Ceramic Utensil Pot: Asher + Rye, Farmhouse Pottery
Brandon Architects, Inc.
Architect: Brandon Architects Inc. Contractor/Interior Designer: Patterson Construction, Newport Beach, CA. Photos by: Jeri Keogel
Pamela Glazer Architect
This white kitchen and rustic dining area are efficient and beautiful. Recycled ceiling beams and stainless steel appliances create a fun and beautiful ambiance. Builder: Blair Dibble Builder - www.blairdibble.com
Anne Sneed Architectural Interiors
Beach House Photos Provided By: Brady Architectural Photography
Bravo Interior Design
Kristen Vincent Photography
Coretec solid vinyl 7" plank color Nantucket Oak
JMS Architecture LLC
Susan Lee Photography
Built, designed & furnished by Spinnaker Development, Newport Beach Interior Design by Details a Design Firm Photography by Bowman Group Photography
Randell Design Group
Open and airy dining room with bi-fold doors, lantern roof light and built in window seating. Perfect for inside/outside living and entertaining. Interiors by Driftwood and Velvet.
Martha's Vineyard Interior Design
Eric Roth Photography
Larry Pitt Photography.
Photo: Sarah Greenman © 2013 Houzz
The renovation to the Hart’s Run Kitchen was not just a simple redesign of the original layout: walls were removed, larger windows were installed, access to the rear deck was relocated, and the relationship between rooms reconfigured. Place’s vision was to: reorient the cooking area; flood the space with light; create a better flow from the kitchen to the rest of the first floor; keep a connection with the existing family room; and transform an unused room into a breakfast area. Tom Holdsworth Photography
We first fell in love with Kyal and Kara when they appeared on The Block and have loved following their progress. Now we watch them undertake their first knock-down rebuild with the fabulous Blue Lagoon beachside family home. With their living, dining and kitchen space, Kyal and Kara have created a true heart of the home. Not only is this a space for family and friends to hang out, it also connects to every other area in the home. This fantastic open plan area screams both functionality and design – so what better addition than motorised curtains! The entire kitchen was designed around multi-tasking, and now with just the press of a button (or a quick “Hey Google”), you can be preparing dinner and close the curtains without taking a single step.
Pu'uwai Design & Construction
The tropical dining room is grounded with a stunning custom basket pendant that hangs above the live edge monkey pod dining table. The floors are gray porcelain tile, and the walls and vaulted ceilings are white nickle gap paneling that flows up from the walls into the ceiling.
Landmark Walnut in Washington by Shaw Floors.