Interior design of dining room My homss: from underused eating place to family hangout

Interior design of dining room Ten years after Enid & Jim Brock constructed their hillside house in Santa Cruz, California, the couple learned that an excellent thought does not at all times translate into a perfect area. Enid wanted the eating space to be a multifunctional space for enjoyable & family time, & figured a fire & considerable seating may do the trick. "I came up with various methods to make sure the dining space wouldn't turn into a forgotten area," she says. But despite her very best efforts, the room felt too formal & dark, & sat empty apart from for the occasional vacation get-in combination or piano practice session.

Finally Enid asked inside dressmaker Suna Lock to make the gap a destination for collecting. Project at a GlanceWho lives here: Enid and Jim Brock and their 3 daughtersLocation: Santa Cruz, CaliforniaInterior clothier: Suna Lock, Stripe Design GroupSize: 352 sq. Ft Even a hearth did not help this dining living space's popularity, till an inside dressmaker stepped in.

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