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Category: Dining Rooms

Whether you’re building a new house or renovating your existing home, you’re probably dreaming of a luxurious new space that will contribute to living your best life. Done well, interiors enhance daily living, helping us relax, entertain, enjoy hobbies, raise our families, and even be more efficient. Most people know how they want a room…
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Want a hip dining room? Remember this: Design becomes exciting when there are contrasting thoughts in the same room. Following this logic, when I was asked to design a hip, chic dining room around my clients’ traditional and elegant 19th inspired century dining table, chairs and china cabinet – I knew it was…contrast time. So…
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Like all spaces we design, this dining room is totally about the people who live in it. True, the room started as a blank empty box, and while this couple likes architectural interest, the low ceiling was a challenge. Our solution was to add a wonderful niche – perfect to correct the uneven window wall…
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The fine 19th century inspired wood furnishing with their inlay and silk-like sheen dance amidst rich, chocolate brown walls, an embellished ceiling and marvelous mid-century leaning dining chairs that wink with contrast brown trim. Sleek embroidered silk draperies are cut for fullness and the buttery gold chandelier and sideboard lamps infuse the room with a…
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Who says cabinets have to be stained a wood color or painted and glazed in the predictable white, cream or black. Sometimes, stepping out with the greatest risk will bring the greatest reward, like this wall of red cabinetry in a room filled with 19th century styled wood furnishings. Project: Design a dining room with…
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New host chairs are eye candy that set the tone of chic; Dupioni silk drapery panels cut to ball-gown fullness, custom charcoal vine rug and a striking wall of custom red cabinetry and mirrors makes this the place where dinner party magic can happen. Light the candles. Location: Titusville, NJ Credits: David Van Scott Photography…
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Yes, this is the same room! The family room was relocated, allowing this existing space to become part of the kitchen. New clerestory windows flank the fireplace adding light and a graceful element; fireplace has been given a custom facelift with a rosette accent to pick up the tiled rosette in the kitchen backsplash; custom…
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