Cottesloe ResidenceContemporary Dining Room, Geelong

Tara Pearce

Photo of a contemporary open plan dining in Geelong with white walls and concrete floors. —  Houzz
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simonestrongsimonestrong wrote:19April,2015
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    Urban Rhythm
    5 years ago

    You can get this table from Urban Rhythm - see it here

    https://urbanrhythm.com.au

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    Livingetc
    5 years ago

    Hi there, we have this table on display at Livingetc in various sizes and stains..... hope to see you soon :-)

baydobaydo wrote:14January,2015
  • kpermezel
    6 years ago
    Looks like a transit stacking chair.
  • Nicolle Warren
    6 years ago

    I would like to know what the paint colour used is......thanks

tracygawthornetracygawthorne wrote:6November,2016
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    Altereco Design
    5 years ago

    Hi Tracy

    We used a shiplap hardwood on this place, known in the market as Silvertop Ash. The penetrative oil preservative is by Cutek, and the tint is 'Grey Mist'.

    All the best,

    JG


rowan_hillRowan Hill wrote:1December,2015
jodyassijodyassi wrote:27January,2015
dancing_luvdancing_luv wrote:16January,2015
builderbrownebuilderbrowne wrote:19February,2015

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    vanessalwalker
    Vanessa Walker added this to Best of the Week: 29 Coastal-Home Style Crushes5 November 2018

    29. Location: Geelong, Victoria Designer: Altereco Design Features: A modern take on coastal style.Tell usWhich shower do you love the most? Tell us in the Comments and don’t forget to save your favourite photos, like this story and join the conversation.MoreDid you miss last week’s Best of the Week? Catch up here with Best of the Week: 30 Kitchens That are Ahead of the Curve

    andreavon
    Andrea Von added this to 9 Reasons to Carve Out a Recess2 August 2015

    6. Reference other features in the houseThe recessed shelving in this room visually breaks up a plain white wall and adds depth to the space. The shelves are also a nice way to tie the room together, as they reference the wood used in the rest of the house. This works with other materials, too. Why not paper or paint the back of a niche with the same wallpaper or paint used elsewhere?

    susanredmanryan
    Susan Redman added this to Forever Furniture: A Buyer's Guide to 'The Dining Table'4 May 2015

    1. Select a dining table made of sturdy stuffIf you want a table to last through years of dinner party wear and tear, choose a timber table made from an Australian hardwood, such as blackbutt, spotted gum or jarrah. European hardwood species include mahogany, walnut, maple and oak, and common Asian varieties, teak and ironwood, are also great options. Tables made from engineered or composite woods, which include plywoods and MDF, are durable and economical, but are never as strong as a hardwood.

    deblindner
    Mink Home Staging added this to How to Style Your Dining Room to Win Buyers' Hearts25 November 2014

    Once you have decided how many seats you need to accommodate to showcase your home, choose a dining table that fits the shape of the room well. Consider whether you need a long, narrow table (as seen here) or whether a different shape would work better. Just make sure that there is plenty of space around the table so that the room looks ‘effortlessly spacious’ and your buyers can easily walk around all sides.TIP: Experiment with the position of the dining chairs too, as this can also significantly impact the perception of space in the room. For a six-seater setting, sometimes three chairs down either side of the table works well; and other times the room will look larger if you re-position the chairs so that there are two chairs down either side and one on either end.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    adenton45
    adenton45 added this to Halcyon Dreaming20 November 2021

    Timber feature for behind upstairs RV

    natsumi_iwashima
    Nat added this to Natsumi's Ideas19 October 2021

    I like the window sills, light and colour scheme here.

    andrew_fox_lane
    Andrew Fox-Lane added this to Nancy St ideas21 September 2021

    don't know if the chunkier table suits but H likes this style I believe

    messvaleria
    messvaleria added this to Casa OA3 April 2021

    No es doble altura pero si es más alta

    lynne_carter56
    Lynne Carter added this to Lynne's Ideas5 September 2020

    recessed wall shelving to re use sebat

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