Dining Room Design Ideas with Limestone Floors
Light filled combined living and dining area, overlooking the garden. Walls: Dulux Grey Pebble 100%. Floor Tiles: Milano Stone Limestone Mistral. Tiled feature on pillars and fireplace - Silvabella by D'Amelio Stone. Fireplace: Horizon 1100 GasFire. All internal selections as well as furniture and accessories by Moda Interiors. Photographed by DMax Photography
Webber + Studio, Architects
Casey Dunn Photography
Hubley Design Interiors, LLC
Interior Design by Blackband Design Photography by Tessa Neustadt
Dan Ruhland Designs LLC
Custom Breakfast Table, chairs, built-in bench. Saw-tooth Adjustable display shelves. Photo by Laura Moss
Ancient Dining Room Stone Fireplaces by Ancient Surfaces. Phone: (212) 461-0245 Web: www.AncientSurfaces.com email: firstname.lastname@example.org The way we envision the perfect dining room is quite simple really. The perfect dining room is one that will always have enough room for late comers and enough logs for its hearth. While It is no secret that the fondest memories are made when gathered around the table, everlasting memories are forged over the glowing heat of a stone fireplace. This Houzz project folder contains some examples of antique stone Fireplaces we've provided in dining room. We hope that our imagery will inspire you to merge your dining experience with the warmth radiating from one of our own breath taking stone mantles.
Sydney Beach Homes
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Maraya Interior Design
Groin vaulted dining room with custom made table and chairs. Handknotted rug, handcarved mirror. Venetian plaster walls. Handmade wrought iron lighting. Walls with thick plaster arches, simple and intricate tile designs, barrel vaulted ceilings and creative wrought iron designs feel very natural and earthy in the warm Southern California sun. Hand made arched iron doors at the end of long gallery halls with exceptional custom Malibu tile, marble mosaics and limestone flooring throughout these sprawling homes feel right at home here from Malibu to Montecito and Santa Ynez. Loggia, bar b q, and pool houses designed to keep the cool in, heat out, with an abundance of views through arched windows and terra cotta tile. Kitchen design includes all natural stone counters of marble and granite, large range with carved stone, copper or plaster range hood and custom tile or mosaic back splash. Staircase designs include handpainted Malibu Tile and mosaic risers with wrought iron railings. Master Bath includes tiled arches, wainscot and limestone floors. Bedrooms tucked into deep arches filled with blues and gold walls, rich colors. Wood burning fireplaces with iron doors, great rooms filled with hand knotted rugs and custom upholstery in this rich and luxe homes. Stained wood beams and trusses, planked ceilings, and groin vaults combined give a gentle coolness throughout. Moorish, Spanish and Moroccan accents throughout most of these fine homes gives a distinctive California Exotic feel. Project Location: various areas throughout Southern California. Projects designed by Maraya Interior Design. From their beautiful resort town of Ojai, they serve clients in Montecito, Hope Ranch, Malibu, Westlake and Calabasas, across the tri-county areas of Santa Barbara, Ventura and Los Angeles, south to Hidden Hills- north through Solvang and more.
Neolithic Design Stone and Tile
This space features our unique Antique Maltese Limestone flooring and hand antiqued stone wall cladding, custom tall arched windows. Neolithic Design is the ultimate source for rare reclaimed limestone architectural elements salvage from the Mediterranean. We stock a huge collection of newly hand carved and reclaimed fireplaces, fountains, pavers, flooring, enteryways, stone sinks, and much more in California for fast delivery but we also create custom tailored master pieces for our clients. For more
Architect, T.A. Krebs
Sargent Architectural Photography
This Queen Anne House, in the heart of the Cotswolds, was added to and altered in the mid 19th and 20th centuries. More recently the current owners undertook a major refurbishment project to rationalise the layout and modernise the house for 21st century living. Artichoke was commissioned to design this new bespoke kitchen as well as the scullery, dressing rooms and bootroom. Primary materials: Antiqued oak furniture. Carrara marble and stainless steel worktops. Burnished nickel cabinet ironmongery. Bespoke stainless steel sink. Maple wood end grained chopping block. La Cornue range oven with chrome detailing. Hand painted dresser with bronze cabinet fittings.