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More locally made products including the Haiku Home ceiling fan featured in most rooms and outside spaces.
Reclaimed barn wood columns and beams treated with the shou sugi ban technique function to define the dining room and living/foyer spaces. An architectural glass wall creates a view of the floating staircase.
The bright and airy open floor plan features hardwood floors that are made from reclaimed wood from Kentucky horse farm fences. Shown is a reclaimed wood dining room table by Rework Collective and a biophilic chandelier from Honest Home by local Artist Leah Naomi.
In the dining area, Anatole and Nicholas sit on vintage Prouvé Standard chairs at a Tulip table by Eero Saarinen for Knoll. The enamel pendant is by Labor and Wait.
Keeping the region’s temperate climate in mind, the architects have inserted sliding doors and operable windows throughout the home to enable ventilation and decrease the need for air conditioning.
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The table in the dining area folds down to make a bed; however, Bonnie says that the family actually prefers to sleep together in the convertible sofa area.
The dining space is located at the front of the trailer. The chevron flooring is Oak Fortress Rochesta by Kaindl and the upholstery is by Joybird.
A magnificent corner sliding door unit opens up to expand the home to an outdoor deck.  “When you walk in and look at the mountains, the beauty is overwhelming,” adds Pam.
Contemporary details in the kitchen flow into the dining room where a preserved sense of the home's original Edwardian character continues to exist.
We sourced a duet of custom-fabricated benches, with fabric from Donghia, and a lighting fixture from a local artisan.
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View of dining area and outdoor porch in the trees by Low Design Office
Custom made kitchen table with brass details.
Our dining table is a real reclaimed butcher block, refinished simply with tung oil. We made the director's chairs ourselves with leftover hickory & strong outdoor fabric. Our spice rack has birch tree segments on each corner. We tried to be as resourceful & frugal with the build as possible.
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The rear garden looks into the kitchen and dining space right through the internal courtyard and beyond.
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The craftsmanship integral to the experience of the house is evident in the welds of the custom steel windows, the tool marks of the waxed hot-rolled steel panel at the kitchen island, and the hand-turned walnut seats of the bar stools.
The home's industrial look is softened by vintage elements throughout and curtains.
Wood flooring delineates the dining room area.
The couple used Lucent Lightshop for the lighting fixtures.
The dining and kitchen on the ground floor.
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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Guests are greeted by plush leather booths and classic hardwood floors in the chic bar area.
The glass wall of windows lets in plenty of natural light.
In the dining room, artworks by Alan Davie (at left) and Martin Bradley join a Norman Foster dining table.
When you visit The Distillery, you’ll find GinTonica on the first floor, a Spanish-inspired bar and kitchen that celebrates Spain’s connection to juniper. You can try a number of different experimental takes on the Gin and Tonic, which is served in a traditional Copa de Balón—a balloon goblet glass.
A mix of vintage and modern pieces furnish the home, including a table by Arne Vodder for George Tanier, an IKEA rug, and a Lambert & Fils chandelier in the dining room. A bar cart from her grandmother is one of Sarah’s most prized possessions. The ceiling color is Benjamin Moore Marine Blue.
Andrew and Dustin were meticulous in their selections for the home’s furnishings and fixtures. In the dining area, a Vista of California table by Don Knorr is surrounded by Van Keppel-Green chairs.
The residents wanted their house to sit within the bush, not above it. Two decks made of local purpleheart enhance the feeling of sitting among the trees, while the structure’s Dimondek 300 steel cladding provides a backdrop that makes the foliage stand out. The couple landscaped the site themselves, keeping as many native plants as possible while adding a few bromeliads, cycads, and fruit trees near the decks.
The living room’s retro lounge suite sits beneath a Fijian hardwood accent.
With its timber rafters and expanses of glass, the house contrasts with its more conventional neighbors. To keep the focus on the views, Anna opted for minimal furnishings. The final design is the result of many imagined interiors, she explains: “I dreamt about this house for some time—then I saw it in real life.” In the dining area, a pair of IKEA Hektar pendants hangs over a table designed by Anna’s employees as a gift. The chairs are from European home improvement store Obi; the rug is vintage.
Upcycled Kirei wall board pairs with a Rais Gabo stove in the original part of the house, which connects seamlessly  to the prefab addition.
Another view of the dining room reveals the original woodwork and character of the 19th-century structure.
A tiny apartment in a Hong Kong high rise is named Mini Tree House Residence after its little lofted bedroom. Located in the residential neighborhood of Ho Man Tin in Kowloon, Hong Kong, this apartment was designed with a box-loft bedroom that's suspended above the main living and dining area. The little nook looks out to views of tree canopies along the hillside where the condominium is sited.
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The architects created the illusion of more space by opening up the floor plan, repositioning the staircase and introducing sight lines to the large windows on the south side. Recurring black accents—from the dining room’s Serge Mouille light fixture to its tall bookcases—contrast the brightness of the crisp white walls. Walnut floors and lighter wood furniture like the Klaus Willhelm table and Hans Wegner Wishbone chairs cozy up the home, while colorful objects animate it. “We strongly believe that people do not need more space, they just need better-designed space,” Dubbeldam says.
Max devised a movable plywood beam that holds a trio of pendant lamps to swing down as needed.  A wood piece covered in chalkboard paint hides the electrical panel. “Slate was too expensive,” he says.
“I wanted to have a cozy dining area, so I thought about how I  could do it in a way that wouldn’t  impede the projector,” says Max.  He mounted the device, a ViewSonic, atop the living room window.
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.