Morcom Building Inc.
New South Home
Dining Room Design by New South Home. Photography by Laura Sumrak
risa boyer architecture
Petrucci Johnson Homes
Custom Wood bench under beautiful windows. Area serves as a dining room and a breakfast nook
Lucinda Taylor Interior Design
Located in the idyllic Oxfordshire countryside, we refreshed and updated the interior of this country house combining our clients existing antiques with texture, pattern and colour.
A New Day - Interior Design Studio
The casual dining area in the kitchen, with tongue and groove panelled wall and a ceiling painted in gloss to bounce the light around in this lower ground floor space.
Photo Credit: Mark Ehlen
Paper Moon Painting
A close-up of the lovely dining room wallpaper. Photo by Matthew Niemann
Developers Dream Renovation~ I designed this home for a developer who took a dated house and transformed it into an inviting wonderful family home! Every area of the home shows innovative detail and wonderful styling of materials~
Custom Design & Construction
We were honored to be asked by this recently retired aerospace employee and soon to be retired physician’s assistant to design and remodel their kitchen and dining area. Since they love to cook – they felt that it was time for them to get their dream kitchen. They knew that they wanted a traditional style complete with glazed cabinets and oil rubbed bronze hardware. Also important to them were full height cabinets. In order to get them we had to remove the soffits from the ceiling. Also full height is the glass backsplash. To create a kitchen designed for a chef you need a commercial free standing range but you also need a lot of pantry space. There is a dual pull out pantry with wire baskets to ensure that the homeowners can store all of their ingredients. The new floor is a caramel bamboo.
Dannielle Albrecht Designs
Open floorplan kitchen with contrasting island
Architect Mason Kirby Inc.
Removing a few walls opens up this little living room to the adjacent dining room, and keeps the cozy feeling without the claustrophobia. New built-in book shelves flank the fireplace, providing ample library space for window seat reading. A hanging chandelier provides light an elegant atmosphere, added to by matching pink chairs, ivory busts, and large area rugs. Dark wood furniture in the dining room adds gravity and a nice contrast to the auburn wood floors, grey walls, and white detailed moldings. This cozy retreat is in the Panhandle in San Francisco. Photo Credit: Molly Decoudreaux
Prestige Custom Homes
Hampshire Design Consultancy Ltd.
Extension to cottage to provide dining room open plan to kitchen and family living room. New decking to the garden area over a flat roof of a garage/store, better transition to the garden, bring more light into the inside space. New ground floor WC and utility room.