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Your dining setting is one of the most social points in your home and as such deserves careful consideration. Take heart and inspiration from these settings where various design considerations played a part in their arrangement.

​​​​​​​The dining space is at the centre of the Y plan of this home, at which point the three glass panels of the cladding are curved – including a motorised curved glass door to...

A soaring 2.7m tongue-and-groove ceiling sets off this living, dining, kitchen area in a new home by Fowler Homes Auckland South. The living area opens up to a long timber deck – one of three on the well-connected home – via ...

​​​​​​​This kitchen by Kitchen Architecture presents as a well-balanced abstract of black, wood, concrete and steel – even the dark appliances play their part in the composition.

​​​​​​​Stairs rather than walls delineate the raised kitchen and family dining area from the more formal areas in this new home by SAOTA, with interiors by ARRCC. The travertine st...

​​​​​​​A large dining table with a distinctive wood finish was designer Mick De Giulio’s starting point for this kitchen, setting the tone for the cabinetry finishes, bronze channelling used for framing and the Quartzite countertop selection. ...

 When its also a dining table. That was the innovative solution architect Neal Schwartz came up with when presented with a narrow site that couldn't accommodate the usual kitchen island as well as the dining and living areas.

This Pierre Cronje dining table,  made from a single sheet of leadwood, establishes a central feature at Cheetah Plains game lodge.

As with other interior elements on this renovation, the dining table top connects with the new kitchen’s oak veneer cabinetry. The choice of materials for the renovation makes it feel very connected to the natural e...

​​​​​​​This formal dining room steps down from the adjacent living zone. Oversized custom pieces – including a ‘Fandango’ pendant by Hive – balance the grand scale of the home.

A curved wall of windows in this original 1993 home design were retained during renovation, and the new kitchen and breakfast setting organised to take maximum advantage of the views they offered.

With an existing lounge window replaced with bifold doors, the entire open-plan family-entertainment volume benefits from natural light flooding in from the rear of this home.

Story by: Trendsideas

15 Nov, 2020

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