Interior dining room designs My homss: from underused dining area to family hangout

Interior dining room designs Ten years after Enid & Jim Brock constructed their hillside home in Santa Cruz, California, the couple realized that an excellent thought does not all the time translate into an ideal space. Enid wanted the dining living space to be a multifunctional space for enjoyable and circle of relatives time, & figured a fire & abundant seating could do the trick. "I got here up with various methods to ensure the dining room wouldn't grow to be a forgotten area," she says. But in spite of her easiest efforts, the space felt too formal and darkish, & sat empty except for for the occasional vacation get-together or piano practice session.

Finally Enid requested internal clothier Suna Lock to make the space a vacation spot for amassing. Project at a GlanceWho lives right here: Enid and Jim Brock and their 3 daughtersLocation: Santa Cruz, CaliforniaInterior clothier: Suna Lock, Stripe Design GroupSize: 352 sq. Toes Even a hearth did not help this eating room's popularity, till an internal clothier stepped in.

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