Watsons Bay Beach HouseBeach Style Dining Room, Sydney

This is an example of a mid-sized beach style open plan dining in Sydney with white walls. —  Houzz
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trapeeze wrote:2 Mar. 2015

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    Amanda Nicholls added this to Which Colour Schemes Work Best in Which Rooms?1 Apr 2015

    ROOMS TO AVOID: This look is sleek and sophisticated but it’s best to avoid using it in the main living area. An achromatic colour scheme omits a sense of sterility, and if you have used this wonderfully modern look in your dining space, you will want to retire to an area of the house that promotes relaxation and good conversation. OTHER ROOMS THAT LOVE AN ACHROMATIC COLOUR SCHEME: Using an achromatic colour scheme in the home is a must because it is a modern look with a classic twist, meaning it will really last the distance. Materials used in achromatic design such as timber, glass and marble are durable, high-quality and will stand the test of time. They are also materials that generally aren’t sourced cheaply, so when designing an area such as the kitchen or bathroom, use a neutral palette to allow your space to remain timeless.

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    717charlestoncourt added this to 2018 Beach House 1318 E Cliff12 Oct 2019

    Interesting. Would need to have bigger/longer back rest

    Amanda P added this to primosport's ideas6 Apr 2018

    More polished concrete in the house

    M K added this to mary_krause5's ideas17 Apr 2017

    very modern kitchen that sort of recedes with table as the centre piece SOMETHING ABOUT IT IS WELCOMING

    James G added this to Barwon Heads17 Jan 2017

    Like the built in bench, like the louvre window

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