Contemporary Dining RoomContemporary Dining Room, London

Inspiration for a contemporary dining room in London with white walls. —  Houzz
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Cheryl Freedman added this to Forget Open-Plan – Try ‘Broken Plan’7 March 2016

Slot in a studyThis home study is separated from the main living area by three short steps and a half-height glass wall. These create a clear boundary that stops overspill between one function and another. Having different textures – the exposed brick wall, in this case – and different flooring (wood versus tiles) further adds to the demarcation. Before planning your broken-plan space, think about what you miss in your current home and what works where; not everyone wants a study downstairs, for example.

Laura Wheat added this to Come Dine With an Industrial Edge9 August 2015

Invest in vintage-style storageTake inspiration from Victorian sculleries and old-school cupboards when planning your dining room storage. Built-in pantries pair well with industrial design because of their utilitarian nature and associations of efficiency. Choose glass doors and a dark paint colour for added impact.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Jen Lee added this to Renos4 March 2021

I like the use of different levels to separate spaces

HU-606184134 added this to kitchen/ living room2 January 2021

love the 'slotted' in feel for craft room, pantry, office ,knook

James Werts added this to james_werts's Ideas5 December 2020

Brick wall, wood floor and tile

David Griffin added this to kitchen20 October 2020

if extending hallway, then this apart from the desk looks a nice was to transition from old dining room

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