31 Dining Room Ceramic Tile Floors Table Design Photos And Ideas

apartment offers beautiful views on mountains, dining chairs are iconic Wire chair from Vitra, design Charles and Ray Eames
The deep blue color is extended into the dining space, and provides a colorful accent to the back wall of the seating area.
The custom built-ins create the perfect breakfast nook, complete with a built-in bench and pantry storage on both sides. A new window draws additional daylight into the space.
Dinning Area
In contrast to the living area, the dining room is painted white and features tiled floors.
A view from the mezzanine level to the dining table below.
The living area and eat-in kitchen are separated by a level change.
Moneo Brock also designed the colorful, geometric carpets and the “PlexiJazz” translucent acrylic and colored vinyl screen, which help establish the general character of the interior design.
The oak dining table and Eames DSR side chairs are placed in the glass-enclosed side return.
Exposed wood ceilings and tile floor in the dining room.
Light and air transmits through the wall cut-out in the dining room.
The home's layout and furnishings were made to be flexible, since Meyer and the team wanted the space to conform to any possible situation. And as it turns out, that flexibility was practiced from the beginning.
Geometric patterns were a big part of the home's design, and that's best showcased by the dining room's
High ceilings, exposed brick walls, and refinished wood floors now coexist with modern interventions, such as the stairwell composed of sapele, glass, and steel, and custom maple built-ins in the cozy library lounge. Time to pick up a copy of The House on Mango Street and tuck in.
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Lisbon, Portugal
Dwell Magazine : July / August 2017
He also opted for light-colored materials, like seafoam-green cement tile by Projecto Mosaico and birch plywood millwork.
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Lisbon, Portugal
Dwell Magazine : July / August 2017
Dining room
The open-plan kitchen and dining space is punctuated by a double-height space, which loosely divides the two zones of use.
Dining room
Chef Alfredo Oropeza wanted the kitchen to be the heart of the house. By saving money on building materials elsewhere in the project, Castillo was able to indulge in cabinetry by Porcelanosa, bar stools by Ligne Roset, and a granite island, making this the crème de la crème of kitchens.
The dining area benefits from the abundant natural light that pours in from the garden.
Visitors pass by a sentry wall of lamps from Design House Stockholm on their way to the airy living-dining room with its 52 windows.
Mahogany paneling, original to the house, was reused as much as possible.
“We could lift up very easily the walls, the fittings, the shelves, the light fixtures, everything. You couldn’t have made this with wood or even steel.” —Peter Rose, architect
In an effort to create a more open floor plan, a portion of the wall between the kitchen, family area, and dining room was removed. Part of the dining room wall was also replaced with a huge window that not only makes a statement, but also gives the family a stunning view of the backyard area. Photo by Mariko Reed.
Dining room - Rue de l'Espéranto residence  - Guillaume Sasseville & PARKA - Architecture & Design

The modern dining room is where the universal ritual of breaking bread brings us together. The projects below showcase elegant configurations and designs that encompass chairs and tables, bars and stools, lighting, flooring, and fireplaces.