DINING ROOM DESIGN
Before the makeover
|A late 1950’s home with compartmentalised rooms with little connection between each. To allow access to other rooms the table was placed next to the wall, limiting its functionality.|
The transformation after the makeover
By removing the wall between the sunroom and dining room, an open plan space has been created with a functional entertainment area than takes in the sun.
Furthermore, the bi-fold doors and windows connect the outside with the inside, allowing easy interaction between the home owners and their guests.
An extendable glass dining table enables adequate seating when the client has guests. As a result, there is a sense of spaciousness by the transparent nature of the table. The blue pelmets not only provide an accent colour that links with the blue splash back but also hides the block out roller blinds that are required for climate control.
|The ceiling plane is often forgotten in a design, but it is vital to create interest in the vertical spaces. In this open-plan living, we needed to make an invisible threshold to designate the dining room as a separate space.
The filaments in the light bulb create a piece of art when turned on and still look amazing when turned off.
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