Meals/LivingTransitional Dining Room, Melbourne

Transitional open plan dining in Melbourne with medium hardwood floors, no fireplace, brown floor and exposed beam. —  Houzz
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Georgia Madden added this to 7 Ways Spending More Time at Home Has Shaped Design Trends9 June 2021

2. Healthy homes‘Biophilia’ might not be a term that every Australian is familiar with, but there’s a growing awareness of the effect our home has on our mood. According to the Stockland survey, over 80 percent of respondents say they’re more aware that wellness and the home environment are intrinsically linked.“There’s an increased emphasis on healthy homes,” says Sarcasmo. “People have become more focused on their health and wellbeing, wanting a healthier environment with natural light, cross-flow ventilation and balconies.

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Kerry L added this to Kerry's Ideas26 August 2021

like the higher ceiling with interest provided by beams and the big picture windows. Wood provides warmth.

thiessenpete1 added this to thiessenpete1's ideas11 June 2021

Greenery and connection to outside

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