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Indretning + design: Design Circus Foto: Andreas Mikkel Hansen
Heintzman Sanborn Architecture~Interior Design
Dining Room Georgian house, new construction
Walk on sunshine with Skyline Floorscapes' Ivory White Oak. This smooth operator of floors adds charm to any room. Its delightfully light tones will have you whistling while you work, play, or relax at home. This amazing reclaimed wood style is a perfect environmentally-friendly statement for a modern space, or it will match the design of an older house with its vintage style. The ivory color will brighten up any room. This engineered wood is extremely strong with nine layers and a 3mm wear layer of White Oak on top. The wood is handscraped, adding to the lived-in quality of the wood. This will make it look like it has been in your home all along. Each piece is 7.5-in. wide by 71-in. long by 5/8-in. thick in size. It comes with a 35-year finish warranty and a lifetime structural warranty. This is a real wood engineered flooring product made from white oak. It has a beautiful ivory color with hand scraped, reclaimed planks that are finished in oil. The planks have a tongue & groove construction that can be floated, glued or nailed down.
Meriwether Design Group
Krista + Home
Dining in pure contemporary coastal style with a touch of rustic charm. This home was outdated, dark and uninviting. I combined a bright color palette with hues reminiscent of the ocean. Troy Campbell Photography. Krista Watterworth Alterman, designer. Krista Watterworth Design Studio, Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.
Current Works Construction Inc.
Photos by Anne Gummerson
Picture Perfect House
Picture Perfect House
Lowery Design Group
Dining Room Photo Credit: Teri Fotheringham 303-333-0117 www.denverphoto.com
Formal dining room: This light-drenched dining room in suburban New Jersery was transformed into a serene and comfortable space, with both luxurious elements and livability for families. Moody grasscloth wallpaper lines the entire room above the wainscoting and two aged brass lantern pendants line up with the tall windows. We added linen drapery for softness with stylish wood cube finials to coordinate with the wood of the farmhouse table and chairs. We chose a distressed wood dining table with a soft texture to will hide blemishes over time, as this is a family-family space. We kept the space neutral in tone to both allow for vibrant tablescapes during large family gatherings, and to let the many textures create visual depth. Photo Credit: Erin Coren, Curated Nest Interiors