Dining Room Design Ideas with Ceramic Floors
Dining room . Meals area in the Clarendon home design by JG King Homes Alpha Collection
Dylan Barber Building Design
Builder: Clark Homes Photographer: Chrissie Francis Stylist: Mel Wilson
KO & Co Architecture
Roger D'Souza Photography
McDonald Jones Homes
Elegant and Everlasting - The classic design of the Aristocrat stands the test of time and endures as the perfect backdrop to your family life for as long as you live there. Full of energy and vibrancy, the Aristocrat will inspire you every day with its effortless flow between the social areas of the home.
David Reid Homes
The dining and living spaces work seamlessly to create a space which caters to both entertaining and relaxing in the Kapiti holiday home.
Black kitchen, open plan layout, gas stur window, pool bar, dining room, open plan layout
Jessica Chloe Photography
Open plan kitchen dining and living area, spacious areas connect to outside and private rooms with ease
Interiors: Carlton Edwards in collaboration w/ Greg Baudouin
Fine House Photography
Fine House Photography
Laura Lee Home
This open concept breakfast area off the kitchen is the hardest working room in the house. The show stopping sea glass chandelier sparkles as light streams in the windows overlooking the pool area. A pair of original abstract artwork in blue and white adorn the space. We mixed Sunbrella outdoor fabric chairs with leather seats that can be wiped off when the inevitable spill happens. An outdoor rug hides crumbs while standing up the wet feet tracking in from the adjacent patio and pool area.
Cathy Dean Interior Design
Becca Stephens Interiors
Molly Winters Photography
Pauline Ferga - MH DECO Le Plessis-Trévise
Séjour d'une maison d'architecte avec une hauteur cathédrale. Harmonisation de l'espace et création d'une ambiance chaleureuse avec 3 espaces définis : salon / salle-à-manger / bureau. Réalisation du rendu en photo-réaliste par vizstation.
This mid century modern home boasted irreplaceable features including original wood cabinets, wood ceiling, and a wall of floor to ceiling windows. C&R developed a design that incorporated the existing details with additional custom cabinets that matched perfectly. A new lighting plan, quartz counter tops, plumbing fixtures, tile backsplash and floors, and new appliances transformed this kitchen while retaining all the mid century flavor.
The former mudroom became the pantry. A glass partition allows for the light to flow through.