Woollahra ResidenceContemporary Dining Room, Sydney

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Design ideas for a contemporary open plan dining in Sydney with white walls, light hardwood floors and grey floor. —  Houzz
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Julia Fairley added this to How to Survive a Kitchen Renovation4 October 2018

Concentrate on letting go of control, because if you try to hold on to it, you’re toast. This would be a good time to take up yoga or learn to meditate. In addition to helping you find a calm mental place, it’s a great excuse to get out of the house. Find some good classes or apps and head to the park.Thinking of renovating? Find a builder near you on Houzz, browse images of their work and read reviews from previous clients

Vanessa Walker added this to Picture Perfect: 40 Groovy Green Walls From Around the World31 July 2018

32. Soft around the edges. Sydney, NSWDesigner: LG Design

Pia Sinha added this to Stickybeak of the Week: A Home Fit for Multi-Generational Guests9 November 2017

Houzz at a Glance Who lives here: Martin and Melanie Forer Location: Woollahra, NSWSize: 235.7 square metres: 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and a powder room, art studio and ensuiteDesigner: LGDesignBuilder: Leon SkovronLandscape: Growing RoomsDespite downsizing, the Forers gave Lisa Goddard, director and principal designer of LGDesign, an extensive brief. They wanted a generously sized home that embraced an open-plan ground floor, and an entertainment area. Aside from general inclusions, the Forers requested a master bedroom with an ensuite, a second bedroom with an attached bathroom for Melanie’s parents, who frequently visit from interstate, a bedroom and nearby informal play area for their grandchildren, as well as a study and plunge pool. To top it off they also stipulated upgrading from a single to a double garage, with the development of an art studio and ensuite above for passionate artist, Melanie.

Deirdre Avenell added this to Dining Delights: How to Choose the Right Dining Table21 August 2017

Measure table-to-wall clearance First, measure the space around the room. To allow diners to sit down and get up easily from their seats, try to leave 100 to 120 centimetres between your table and the walls.Find furniture retailers near you on Houzz to find your perfect dining table setting

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annainmelb added this to My ideas15 February 2021

Doors onto greenery even if it's only a small amount of space

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