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The large-format parquet floors are tongue-and-groove engineered timber.
The glass railing that runs around the deck permits unimpeded views of the water when the family sits down for dinner.
The open kitchen has an attached dining table, and is located outside of the secondary glass facade enclosure. This allows not only for natural ventilation while cooking, but also views to the greenery beyond.
The main dining area includes a long wooden table created by a local maker. Leather chairs and a wood bench provide plenty of seating for family gatherings.
The dining nook features three Wishbone chairs.
Anderson, Launech, Simpson, and Simpson's children are seated around the dining table—a salvaged find from a nearby old cottage.
“Emphasis was placed on the treatment of the interior of the home as a continuation of the exterior landscape,” says Simpson. “This was achieved through a series of interlocking volumes and horizontal planes, including the kitchen joinery units, which also encompassed the exterior decking and surrounding context.”
Herbst leaned on a traditional New Zealand palette, going for natural materials, neutral tones, and hints of dark green. A leather Liaison Sofa sits opposite the Journal Table by Nonn and Parallel Chairs, all from Simon James. In the kitchen hang Fisherman Pendants by Zero for Simon James, a nod to the ocean setting.
Dining and kitchen area.
The wood-slatted drop ceiling was removed in the dining area and the ceilings and beams were painted white to create a greater sense of spaciousness.
Floor-to-ceiling windows pull the outdoors in.
The dining room features a HAY dining table and Aelfie tapestry. In addition to outfitting the bungalow with brands, the design team also added decorative elements found at antiques markets and from Etsy.
A timber and glass canopy provides protection without diminishing views.
This shade has a levity about it that works well with both muted neutrals and darker colors. Benjamin Moore’s Blue Seafoam (2056-60) is a good example of a relaxing blue paint color that works well for interior and exterior walls.
Open floor plan, breeze from kitchen, dining and living room areas.
Crisp, white molding in the dining room complements the richly textured hardwood floors.
Located on the 35th floor, The Fleur Room is a raucous rooftop bar. Rich, textured details like a copper-clad bar, embossed leather seating, floral-patterned velvet, and a chandelier shaped like water droplets cement the hotel’s florid, unabashed style. On the opposite side of the bar, guests take in views of the NYC skyline from a glass lounge with retractable wall, and a funky disco ball salvaged from 1980s L.A. nightclub Vertigo presides over a hip, art-school crowd.
Daylight fills the dining room of Mr. porter.
Floor-to-ceiling glazing connects Mr Porter with a vegetated atrium that infuses the space with light and life.
Exposed brick and stone near the dining area pay homage to the building's remarkable history.
Meals Area
The dining room table seats 10 and features an integrated lazy Susan. It is crafted from white laminated plywood with Birdseye maple legs. Designed by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson architects and manufactured by Tomlinson Woodworks, it is available to purchase separately.
Chris and Claude Beiler tore down the wall that divided the kitchen and dining room. A West Elm light fixture hangs over the dining table; reclaimed timber ceiling beams and trim lend a sense of warmth to the interior.
The dining room opens to the wraparound deck.
Fotsch reframed the upper-level floor system to maximize the height of the doors and take them all the way to the ceiling. The expansive multi-slide doors from Kolbe provide a seamless transition to the outdoors and an uninterrupted view.
The dining room of The Barn by La Firme
Retractable glass walls allow living spaces to blend from inside to outside, creating a direct connection with the Bondi Beach climate.
The open-plan layout is bright and airy thanks to high ceilings and oversized windows.
Screens composed of vertical wood slats discourage interior overheating and are a decorative feature.
The open-plan layout features a double-height central space.
Breakfast Nook
The light-filled dining room has an adjoining sunroom, which connects to a wraparound terrace.
Old meets new in the dining room, tied together with a 1960s vintage Persian rug Laura found on eBay.
The informal diner at the basement level is open all day, and it serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
The dining area overlooks the sunken living room.
Renovated dining room with newly expanded opening to kitchen.
On the ground floor adjacent to the open living and dining room, a tall black bookcase defines the stair, housing the owners’ colourful books and small collectibles.
The dining room of OKC Farmhouse by Scharbach Workshop features high ceilings, distinctive pendant lighting, and connects to the other areas of the house in an elegant way.
The owners wanted the first floor of the home to flow seamlessly from the front to the back. They called upon a friend's business for their lighting to save on costs.
"The dining room is a transitional space between the old and new—in this space
we simplified the material palate, painting all decorative woodwork matte white to emphasize its geometry over its materiality," said the architects. The room holds a midcentury dining set and pendent lights from Raco.
This dining nook features an Oscar Tusquets table and Peroba do Camp flooring by Oscar Ono.
"Although the kitchen and dining room have distinct volumes, they are essentially connected to each other though the use of a full opening that shares the same ceiling height," he notes.
Glass panels integrated into the attic floor provide the illusion of a double-height space.
The dining area features a PH5 pendant by Poul Henningsen for Louis Poulsen, a T12 table by Hay, and Møller Model 77 side chairs. A 1960s rocking chair by Vladimir Kagan sets off the living area.
"Knowing the clients and how they utilize their time, both the dining room and the sunroom were designed as multifunctional spaces," say the designers. For this space, instead of a buffet, they incorporated a custom bookshelf (not pictured), which holds games, books, and a cocktail station.
The living and dining areas were expanded and given greater access to natural light.
Large picture windows were inserted to capture the views.
Now, the kitchen/dining room accesses a new protected deck area.
The bench offers seating and a freestanding fireplace. The custom dining table was designed by Figureground Architecture, and the artwork is by Caroline Walls.
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"I always like to shoot the kitchen, dining, and living room, and at least one bathroom and one bedroom," Neustadt notes. This gives the client enough options for either putting their home on the market, or pitching it to a publication.
Within the great room are a modern kitchen, generous dining and living spaces with retractable glass walls that open to the atrium and 68-foot infinity edge pool and spa.
The floors are an Appalachian wire-brushed White-Oak with a custom stain.

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.