Dining Room Design Ideas with Cork Floors
This dining area is a great example of mixed finishes. The open display shelving ties the room together with each unique piece and truly makes for a personal, stand-alone space. Photo Credit: Normandy Remodeling
Tru Form Tiny
Designed by Malia Schultheis and built by Tru Form Tiny. This Tiny Home features Blue stained pine for the ceiling, pine wall boards in white, custom barn door, custom steel work throughout, and modern minimalist window trim in fir. This table folds down and away.
This built in leather banquette makes this breakfast nook the favorite place for the family to gather. Not just to share a meal but a comfortable place, so much more comfortable than a chair, more supportive than a sofa, to work on their laptop, do homework, write a shopping list, play a game, do an art project. My family starts their day there with coffee checking emails, remains their for breakfast and quick communications with clients. Returning later in the day for tea and snacks and homework.
Ellie Lillstrom Photography
Photo: A Darling Felicity Photography © 2015 Houzz
Sogno Design Group
Photo by Michele Lee Willson
Gilmans Kitchens and Baths
An urban twist to a Mill Valley Eichler home that features cork flooring, dark gray cabinetry and a mid-century modern look and feel! The kitchen features frosted glass wall cabinets, an entertainment center and dining hutch flanking the kitchen on either side. The use of the same cabinetry keeps the space linear and unified. Schedule an appointment with one of our designers: http://www.gkandb.com/contact-us/ DESIGNER: DAVID KILJIANOWICZ PHOTOGRAPHY: TREVE JOHNSON PHOTOGRAPHY
Polite Design Office/ポライトデザインオフィス
（夫婦+子供2人）4人家族のための新築住宅 photos by Katsumi Simada
The custom built -in cabinetry serves as a hutch and ample drawer space
Very simple arrangement of a casual dining table and chairs in the bay window of a compact great room overlooking Wrightsville Beach, NC. A key objective, the efficient use of space makes the most of a new floor plan. Client wanted a pared down, dramatic look. Characterized by simplicity, the stark tonal contrast of black and tan provides unique beachfront décor.
This eclectic dining room features bold zebra patterns, gray floor to ceiling shelving and vintage collection pieces. The unique patterns and art on these open niche shelves is beautifully complimented by the picturesque view of the Chicago skyline. Photo Credit: Normandy Remodeling
Studio Zerbey Architecture + Design
Kyle & Lauren Zerbey
Nancy Schnur of Universal Interiors, LLC
Custom home with a spectacular view needed new furniture and flooring. We designed the dark cabinet around a ponywall and chose furniture to suit their needs and fabrics to coordinate with the area rug. Photo by Acolyte Photography
Potter Construction Inc
NW Architectural Photography