Dining Room. This Transitional Dining Room will seat any family for the holidays.  The fireplace at the end of the room is a nice touch.    CLICK ON PIN AND LEARN HOW TO MAP PINS WITH YOUR ARCHITECTURE BUSINESS

Dining Room. This Transitional Dining Room will seat any family for the holidays. The fireplace at the end of the room is a nice touch. CLICK ON PIN AND LEARN HOW TO MAP PINS WITH YOUR ARCHITECTURE BUSINESS

Trend: Flexible doors for wide openings. With open floor plans and wider openings between spaces becoming more popular, interior bi-fold, double pocket and barn doors offer the ability to divide the space when needed or keep it open. “We’re finding that interior doors these days need to provide flexibility in space defining,” says senior associate Kyle Sheffield of LDa.

Trend: Flexible doors for wide openings. With open floor plans and wider openings between spaces becoming more popular, interior bi-fold, double pocket and barn doors offer the ability to divide the space when needed or keep it open. “We’re finding that interior doors these days need to provide flexibility in space defining,” says senior associate Kyle Sheffield of LDa.

Need the light fixture.  Great dining table style and size, really good chairs for our space (interior design living room modern retro mid century teak round dining table),

Need the light fixture. Great dining table style and size, really good chairs for our space (interior design living room modern retro mid century teak round dining table),

To determine the amount of ambient light you’ll need, a good rule of thumb is to multiply the room’s dimensions to get a total square footage, then multiply that number by 1.5. That will give you the total number of watts needed.

To determine the amount of ambient light you’ll need, a good rule of thumb is to multiply the room’s dimensions to get a total square footage, then multiply that number by 1.5. That will give you the total number of watts needed.

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