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Light and Bright
Light and Bright
Ally Whalen DesignAlly Whalen Design
Klassische Frühstücksecke ohne Kamin mit grauer Wandfarbe, braunem Holzboden und braunem Boden in Orlando
Dining Room & Kitchen
Dining Room & Kitchen
ODS ArchitectureODS Architecture
A built-in bench with steel capped ends merges into a kitchen with a steel backsplash. A double height stairwell beyond, is lined with the board-formed concrete wall.
Beach House
Beach House
Sarah SchmidtSarah Schmidt
Breakfast nook
Mittelgroße Maritime Frühstücksecke mit weißer Wandfarbe, Porzellan-Bodenfliesen, grauem Boden und freigelegten Dachbalken in Hawaii
Coconut Grove
Coconut Grove
EBL ConstructionEBL Construction
Maritime Frühstücksecke mit weißer Wandfarbe und beigem Boden in Miami
Modern Living in Downtown Birmingham
Modern Living in Downtown Birmingham
Stalburg DesignStalburg Design
When presented with the overall layout of the kitchen, this dining space called out for more interest than just your standard table. We chose to make a statement with a custom three-sided seated banquette. Completed in early 2020, this family gathering space is complete with storage beneath and electrical charging stations on each end. Underneath three large window walls, our built-in banquette and custom table provide a comfortable, intimate dining nook for the family and a few guests while the stunning oversized chandelier ties in nicely with the other brass accents in the kitchen. The thin black window mullions offer a sharp, clean contrast to the crisp white walls and coordinate well with the dark banquette, sprayed to match the dark charcoal doors in the home. The finishing touch is our faux distressed leather cushions, topped with a variety of pillows in shapes and cozy fabrics. We love that this family hangs out here in every season!
Lakehouse Lux
Lakehouse Lux
Devon Grace InteriorsDevon Grace Interiors
Kleine Maritime Frühstücksecke ohne Kamin mit weißer Wandfarbe und hellem Holzboden in Chicago
Santa Barbara Style
Santa Barbara Style
White Sands Coastal DevelopmentWhite Sands Coastal Development
We remodeled this 5,400-square foot, 3-story home on ’s Second Street to give it a more current feel, with cleaner lines and textures. The result is more and less Old World Europe, which is exactly what we were going for. We worked with much of the client’s existing furniture, which has a southern flavor, compliments of its former South Carolina home. This was an additional challenge, because we had to integrate a variety of influences in an intentional and cohesive way. We painted nearly every surface white in the 5-bed, 6-bath home, and added light-colored window treatments, which brightened and opened the space. Additionally, we replaced all the light fixtures for a more integrated aesthetic. Well-selected accessories help pull the space together, infusing a consistent sense of peace and comfort.
Country Estate Transformation
Country Estate Transformation
Everything HomeEverything Home
Our Indianapolis design studio designed a gut renovation of this home which opened up the floorplan and radically changed the functioning of the footprint. It features an array of patterned wallpaper, tiles, and floors complemented with a fresh palette, and statement lights. Photographer - Sarah Shields --- Project completed by Wendy Langston's Everything Home interior design firm, which serves Carmel, Zionsville, Fishers, Westfield, Noblesville, and Indianapolis. For more about Everything Home, click here: https://everythinghomedesigns.com/ To learn more about this project, click here: https://everythinghomedesigns.com/portfolio/country-estate-transformation/
Kimball Breakfast Nook
Kimball Breakfast Nook
Mimi & Hill interiorsMimi & Hill interiors
Emily Gilbert
Große Klassische Frühstücksecke mit dunklem Holzboden und grauer Wandfarbe in New York
Trevaylor Cottage
Trevaylor Cottage
Lydia Allen InteriorsLydia Allen Interiors
Kleine Eklektische Frühstücksecke mit beiger Wandfarbe, braunem Holzboden, Kaminofen, Kaminumrandung aus Backstein, braunem Boden und freigelegten Dachbalken in Cornwall
The Listed House
The Listed House
Simpson & VoyleSimpson & Voyle
This elegant dining space seamlessly blends classic and modern design elements, creating a sophisticated and inviting ambiance. The room features a large bay window that allows ample natural light to illuminate the space, enhancing the soft, neutral color palette. A plush, tufted bench in a rich teal velvet lines one side of the dining area, offering comfortable seating along with a touch of color. The bespoke bench is flanked by marble columns that match the marble archway, adding a luxurious feel to the room. A mid-century modern wooden dining table with a smooth finish and organic curves is surrounded by contemporary chairs upholstered in light gray fabric, with slender brass legs that echo the bench's elegance. Above, a statement pendant light with a cloud-like design and brass accents provides a modern focal point, while the classic white ceiling rose and intricate crown molding pay homage to the building's historical character. The herringbone patterned wooden floor adds warmth and texture, complementing the classic white wainscoting and wall panels. A vase with a lush arrangement of flowers serves as a centerpiece, injecting life and color into the setting. This space, ideal for both family meals and formal gatherings, reflects a thoughtful curation of design elements that respect the building's heritage while embracing contemporary style.
Lavish Details & Old Pub Charm
Lavish Details & Old Pub Charm
MA Peterson Designbuild, Inc.MA Peterson Designbuild, Inc.
Klassische Frühstücksecke mit weißer Wandfarbe, dunklem Holzboden und braunem Boden in Minneapolis
The Club at Ravenna- Dante Project, Littleton, CO
The Club at Ravenna- Dante Project, Littleton, CO
Haven Design and ConstructionHaven Design and Construction
The lovely dining area in this home is directly off of the kitchen area. The cascading pendant light features hand-blown glass raindrops that glisten in the sunlight. The sloped ceiling and architectural windows highlight the stunning view of the foothills of the Rocky Mountains and an award-winning golf course. Terraced walls shield the lap pool from view of the golfers. The streamlined dining table and chairs provide a comfortable spot to take in the beautiful panoramic views.
Blueridge Family Home
Blueridge Family Home
Simply Home DecoratingSimply Home Decorating
This beautiful North Vancouver home belongs to a nature-loving and health-conscious couple, Emma and Vince (names changed), their two young children, and their dog, Jasper. When they contacted us about renovating and furnishing their kitchen and family room, we walked in and saw a world of potential waiting to be uncovered. Before: Larkhall Crescent Home: Like many original North Vancouver homes, the interior was definitely dated. We encountered late ‘80s finishes in powder pink and teal green, old carpet, and a kitchen that wasn’t maximized to suit this family’s modern-day lifestyle. However, the size of the rooms offered us a ton of space with which to get creative. Knowing our clients’ love of cooking, need for work spaces (Emma and Vince both work remotely), and growing family, we developed a design concept that would increase usable space, optimize storage, and create intimacy in this large area. As for the style, we were inspired by their European roots, inventing a new and modern take on “Belgian Farmhouse” style. Now, the home is truly one-of-a-kind. After: Warm & Cozy Family Room: Fresh, bright, and comfortable, this living area has been transformed! We started with the fireplace as a focal point, selecting aged brick tiles for added texture and a crisp wood mantle. The taupe-coloured sectional infuses the room with visual warmth and serves the added purpose of separating the family room from the kitchen. Emma and Vince were also keen on using non-toxic materials in their home, and we were happy to oblige. To meet their needs, we sourced natural wood elements and sought out Canadian-made products - that adhere to high health standards - whenever possible. Look closer at the elements of this space, and you will find this stunning, honeycomb-patterned rug in earthy gold, beige, and charcoal tones. It’s plush to the touch and full of visual texture that brings this room’s colour palette together. We sourced these two-tone chairs with caning, petrified wood side table, black sconces, and botanical prints in greyscale from local artist, Heather Johnston. We topped off the space with this dark wood and rattan console that offers storage facing the kitchen and presents an opportunity to display cherished items. The result is a cozy lounging space brimming with comfort and functionality. It’s perfect for enjoying quality family time, or Emma can simply slide the coffee table away to make room for her morning yoga practice. Now, let’s turn around and give some attention to the kitchen. Do you remember what the original kitchen looked like? If not, scroll back up, because the transformation is shocking… Moody & Welcoming Kitchen for Healthy Living: This kitchen looks very different from how it started, right? Though we didn’t touch any walls, the kitchen has almost doubled in usable space! We created a long, extended island with storage, an outlet for small appliances, and seating for comfortable prep, after-school snacking, or mingling among friends. On the other side of the island, the family has even more storage and an integrated dishwasher within easy reach of the sink, perfect for quick clean-up. From this angle, you can also see the expansive custom Shaker cabinetry in white and the integrated double ovens. These facilitate their cooking experience and gave us the opportunity to add an additional surprise… A coffee garage station and more hidden storage! Keeping these items located along the perimeter allows them to be accessed by the family or their guests without someone getting under the cook’s feet. These are the little details that make everyday life easier and more enjoyable. Moving deeper into the kitchen, the seamless induction cooktop topped with a freestanding concealed hood fan commands attention in a soft yet prominent way. The natural wood accent mirrors the fireplace mantle, and the choice of off-black wood-grain cabinets not only continues our black-and-white colour palette but adds a sense of depth and contrast. The corner sink is located to the right and perfectly positioned with a view of their thriving backyard. To invite more of this family’s character into the space, we mixed metals for interest — matte black, dark pewter, and warm brass — and created open shelves in white oak for their plants and decor. You can also glimpse the tumbled edge of the backsplash tile, which echoes the rustic brick of the fireplace. It adds that farmhouse charm while still feeling timeless and sophisticated. Last but not least, we designed this dining banquette in the bay window (with integrated bench storage, of course), where the family can share a meal together, the kids can do homework, or Emma and Vince can work and enjoy a change of scenery from their offices. Like the other spaces in the home, it was designed to be beautiful, multi-functional, and long-lasting. Praise from Our Clients: It is clear that we love this home, but what did our clients have to say? “Lori is a visionary and masters execution to the finest detail all at the same time. When she first met us to know more about who we are and how we live, she could right away envision how we could use the space in our kitchen and living room…The results exceeded our expectations. Lori and her team were also a delight to work with — coordination with all the trades, fast problem-solving, regular updates, professional and friendly attitude of her entire team — made it the dream team. Thank you SHD for making our space so beautiful!” In turn, we are so grateful for this family’s trust, their open communication, and for being wonderful people with whom to work. (So, thank you!)
Lillian
Lillian
Kelly Martin InteriorsKelly Martin Interiors
A custom built-in banquette in the dining room off the kitchen. We had a custom farm table made to fit the long length of the space.
Kleine Stilmix Frühstücksecke mit weißer Wandfarbe, dunklem Holzboden und braunem Boden in San Francisco
Midwest New Classic Home
Midwest New Classic Home
Rhonda Staley DesignRhonda Staley Design
Round breakfast room
Große Klassische Frühstücksecke mit weißer Wandfarbe, braunem Holzboden, braunem Boden und Kassettendecke in Cedar Rapids
Transitional Dining Room
Transitional Dining Room
Kleine Klassische Frühstücksecke mit weißer Wandfarbe, braunem Holzboden und braunem Boden in New York
Belfort
Belfort
Jessica Koltun HomeJessica Koltun Home
Interior Design By Designer and Broker Jessica Koltun Home | Selling Dallas Texas
Mittelgroße Klassische Frühstücksecke mit weißer Wandfarbe, hellem Holzboden und braunem Boden in Dallas
Azul Breakfast Nook
Azul Breakfast Nook
Jennifer Fischer InteriorsJennifer Fischer Interiors
Kleine Moderne Frühstücksecke mit weißer Wandfarbe in San Francisco
Greenway Parks
Greenway Parks
Ryan Street ArchitectsRyan Street Architects
Moderne Frühstücksecke ohne Kamin mit weißer Wandfarbe, braunem Holzboden, braunem Boden und Holzdecke in Dallas

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