Although many of us seem to end up eating our meals in front of the television these days, it is still tradition to have a formal dining room in our homes. So how do we make the traditional ideal meet contemporary tastes? This set of fabulous dining areas should provide some food for thought.
In any space, it feels like the wood of the furnishings can set the tone for the room as well as the entire home. Here, in these three examples we see lovely examples of light wood being used in both traditional and interesting ways to create a clean, fresh, and sophisticated vibe.Here, in this contemporary urban villa with a courtyard in Queens Park, Sydney, we see light wood carried throughout the open floor plan, first in the legs of the sectional and on the arms of the chairs in the living area, then in the cabinetry and into the dining table.
After playing home to two previous generations, the third generation homeowners of this 1000 square metre house decided to commission a complete renovation. The house is situated on a private owned hill in New Territories area, Hong Kong. PplusP Designers were asked to transform the place by introducing simple luxury elegance, splashed with modern oriental elements.
We are intrigued by the charm, whimsy, and unique style of this Scandinavian apartment featured on DecoPhotoBlog. There is something about the interior design that is quaint, eccentric, and rustic, yet simultaneously modern and minimalistic. It is almost as if IKEA and your grandmothers vintage, antique style fused together to create these designs.
This phenomenal 7 bedroom home resides on prestigious La Gorce Island, with views stretching from Biscayne Bay all the way to Downtown Miami. Built on a lot of 23,000 sq ft, the 11,000 sq ft home has an outdoor living area that is designed as a natural extension of the interior space.
Three bedroom homes can take on many different configurations. While it might be a lot of space for just one person, it can be just the right amount for a growing family, or even a couple who needs space for an office. Of course, any home is only as comfortable as the occupants - and the architects - can make it.