Residing & Dining Reworking Medford, NJ
The homeowners of this 1930’s Tudor-fashion, Shaker Heights home sought to expand and enhance upon the home’s unique kitchen structure. Create a superbly understated consuming area with deep sea blue eating desk and matching chairs. Some may see a plain white dining space as primary and boring, but we see it as a fantastic house full of potential. I adore it when there’s a kitchen nook and a eating house – then you definitely’ve bought two spaces with really totally different character – and the nook does not take up an excessive amount of area.
That is an example of a medium sized coastal open plan eating room in London with white walls, gentle hardwood flooring and brown floors. For older properties built from 1900 – 1950, our designs usually open the wall to make a wide cased opening between the kitchen and eating room, or kitchen and family room.…Residing & Dining Reworking Medford, NJ Read More