Friday, January 16, 2009

Inspired Dining

Try and make your surroundings as pleasing to the eye as you can when it comes to dining. Take advantage of a great view or fun seating. Sometimes a simple space that's easy on they eye is all you'll need !

15 comments:

sammyw said...

I just *love* the table in the first photo, any idea where it is from? Thx!

Tracey said...

I just found your blog today. I love small houses too and live in one. All of these ideas are fabulous.

Wendy said...

I love the table in the first photo also. My mom has one almost like it. It seats 10. I'm hoping she gets tired of it soon and passes it on.

Ty said...

I've always loved the idea of putting a bench at the dining room table.

Linda at Lime in the Coconut! said...

Nice pics! Thanks.

desiree said...

Great dining area! Thanks for sharing.

Janice said...

Que imagens lindas.
Beijo :)

vicki archer said...

Small dining areas are always so intimate for dining - love your pics. xv

Blue Muse said...

I love these! I love the seating in the second photo - perfect for long, comfortable dinners that go well into the night!

Would you mind letting me know where that first photo is from? I'd love to see more of that kitchen.
isachandler@gmail.com
xo Isa

DomesticDivasFancy said...

Thanks! I love how the last pictures chairs arent identical. I love the look but I probably could not get myself to do it. I am too matchy matchy! ;)

Ashley Nichole

Julie said...

I am out visiting new blogs today and just wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed yours!

Lisa said...

Thanks everyone for the nice comments! I love that table in the first pick too. I have a farmhouse table for years. I keep wanting to get a round one but I just can't part with it. Im sorry I do not know where they bought that, there was no source for the picture!
Lisa

Natalie said...

LOVE that top photo. I love it so much I blogged about it :)

Keep up the wonderful finds! I adore your blog :)

Honey Bend Vintage said...

I love that last picture! Enjoyed visitng your blog~
Bristol

The Little Big House said...

oh that first table is just lovely!