Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Banquet Dining

   We are working on dining areas in two projects at the moment. It is a bit of a challenge. There is not a separate dining room in either house. In one house we are planning on incorporating the dining room into the living room and the other house we are planning on dining being in the kitchen area. So banquet dining is very appealing.It takes up a smaller area and eliminates the need for a lot of chairs. The perfect solution for small spaces.



*Image via StyleDecor.blogspot.com, Kishani Perera, David Easton, NY Social Diary, House Beautiful


7 comments:

Ragland Hill Social by Gwen Driscoll said...

If there is one think I love it's a great banquette! Hope you are well.

Erica @ Decorica said...

Very pretty. That would be such a cozy dining area.

A House and Home said...

I would love to see the finished project. We are considering not having a separate dining room.

Connie @ SogniESorrisi said...

I adore banquettes and Molly Sims' apartment is still one of my fave celeb homes ever.

Lavender and Lilies said...

I have been seeing this more and more. They are perfect to create a cozy corner.

Jenn @ Living Luxe for Less said...

This is an interesting dilemma. I felt the same way last year because we live in a one bedroom apartment, but I still really wanted a dining table. We ended up getting this one, and put it in our living room:

http://www.westelm.com/products/hicks-glass-top-dining-table-f585/?pkey=cdining-tables

It fits so well and the glass top makes it blend right into the rest of the room without making the living room seem smaller!

rosiecampbell said...

I love the idea of a banquette. There are so many different ways to play with that kind of space.

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