The open concept floorpan of my clients’ home in Colleton River allows the kitchen and dining room to easily flow together but avoids the eat-in-kitchen feel. A working pantry is cleverly hidden behind a cabinet door to the right of the ovens, helping hide clutter. An eclectic mix of furnishings keeps the dining area from feeling too formal.
The open concept floorpan of my clients’ home in Colleton River allows the kitchen and dining room to easily flow together but avoids the eat-in-kitchen feel. A working pantry is cleverly hidden behind a cabinet door to the right of the ovens, helping hide clutter. An eclectic mix of furnishings keeps the dining area from feeling too formal. Submitted photo
The open concept floorpan of my clients’ home in Colleton River allows the kitchen and dining room to easily flow together but avoids the eat-in-kitchen feel. A working pantry is cleverly hidden behind a cabinet door to the right of the ovens, helping hide clutter. An eclectic mix of furnishings keeps the dining area from feeling too formal. Submitted photo

Is the formal dining room extinct?

February 22, 2016 11:50 AM

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