Dining Room Design Ideas with Pink Floor
This renovation project began with the screen doors. Warped and rotted, they needed replacing. From there, it evolved into a new kitchen, mudroom, reconfigured interior spaces, and a general spiffing up both inside and out. The result is a cohesive product, complete and requiring only regular maintenance. Photo Credit: Eric Roth
If you love patterned tiles as much as we do, then our new Victorian-style range is bound to set your pulse racing. Inspired by Mediterranean and Moroccan infused designs, this tile range brings relaxed and sun-faded patterns, adding instant chic to any home. Combining the practicality and durability of glazed porcelain, with stunning colour and pattern, these tiles make any wall or floor into a statement piece. All you need do is decide which pattern suits your personality and your home. The Bordeaux range features patterns that are not only vibrant and beautiful; they’re also tough, easy to clean and super practical. This is what makes them perfect for high-traffic areas such as kitchens, porches and hallways. When combined with contemporary schemes, they create a focal point and guarantees the wow factor. A pale tile with dusky rose and soft beige detail. The broader pattern of this tile works well in a large room such as a hallway, making it warm and inviting. The clean colour palette simplifies the intricacy of the pattern and keeps it from feeling too busy.
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The dining room features wood french door units at either end of the space, arched openings into the living room, and a reclaimed terra cotta tile floor. Design Principal: Gene Kniaz, Spiral Architects; General Contractor: Brian Recher, Resolute Builders
Suzanne Knowlton Designs
Bart Edson Using the gray blues to contrast with the fushia rug. The wood tone on the plank table calms the colors. Almost ready to wallpaper the ceilings!
アメリカンブラックチェリー 床暖房対応挽板フローリング 130mm巾 セレクトグレード FBCE06-122 Arbor植物オイル塗装
A nicho in the dining room reveals the adobe wall material and displays Hopi kachinas. Saltillo tile floors and a corner kiva fireplace complete the elegance of this classic southwestern home.
White, light-filled space accented with bright patterned rug, house plants, and brass light fixtures.
Caroline Veerman Homes
Dining Room transition to the kitchen
Архитектурное бюро Глушкова
Архитекторы: Дмитрий Глушков, Фёдор Селенин; Фото: Антон Лихтарович
Dining, family and kitchen
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