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  2. Matériau de Sol: carreau de terre cuite

1 112 idées déco de salles à manger avec un sol en carreau de terre cuite

Salle à manger contemporaine dans une maison à Saint Just en Chaussée
Salle à manger contemporaine dans une maison à Saint Just en Chaussée
CREA'HOME
Salle à manger Crédits photo : Véronique Amon
Inspiration pour une salle à manger design de taille moyenne avec un mur multicolore, aucune cheminée et un sol en carreau de terre cuite.
Maison de 200m2 - Saint Germain en Laye
Maison de 200m2 - Saint Germain en Laye
100C
Peinture Réalisation de mobilier sur mesure Pose de papiers-peints Modifications de plomberie et d'électricité
Réalisation d'une salle à manger tradition de taille moyenne et fermée avec un sol en carreau de terre cuite, un mur beige et aucune cheminée.
Small hidden gem close to Uzès
Small hidden gem close to Uzès
Laetitia Jourdan Photography
© Laetitia Jourdan Photography
Réalisation d'une grand salle à manger méditerranéenne avec un mur blanc, un sol en carreau de terre cuite, une cheminée standard et un manteau de cheminée en pierre.
Immobilier 11
Immobilier 11
Stéphane Mommey Photographe
Stéphane Mommey
Inspiration pour une grand salle à manger méditerranéenne avec un sol en carreau de terre cuite et éclairage.
Maison de ville, Paris 20
Maison de ville, Paris 20
Anabel Messens Architecte
Réalisation d'une grand salle à manger ouverte sur le salon design avec un mur blanc, un sol en carreau de terre cuite, aucune cheminée et un sol bleu.
French Country Style
French Country Style
Giffin & Crane General Contractors, Inc.
Dining area and kitchen.
Cette image montre une très grand salle à manger ouverte sur la cuisine avec un sol en carreau de terre cuite.
Santa Fe Chic Pueblo
Santa Fe Chic Pueblo
Samuel Design Group
John Baker
Aménagement d'une grand salle à manger sud-ouest américain avec un mur beige, une cheminée d'angle, un manteau de cheminée en plâtre, un sol en carreau de terre cuite et éclairage.
Spanish Colonial Revival
Spanish Colonial Revival
Dibello Architects, PLLC
The owners of this New Braunfels house have a love of Spanish Colonial architecture, and were influenced by the McNay Art Museum in San Antonio. The home elegantly showcases their collection of furniture and artifacts. Handmade cement tiles are used as stair risers, and beautifully accent the Saltillo tile floor.
Kirtling Tower Limed Oak Kitchen
Kirtling Tower Limed Oak Kitchen
Tim Wood Limited
A European limed oak octagonal framed kitchen made for Lord and Lady Fairhaven at Kirtling Tower in Cambridgeshire. The kitchen was designed to echo and complement the Tudor architecture of Kirtling Tower, particularly the Tudor arched windows. All the kitchen doors feature a solid European oak Tudor arch raised and fielded panel, reflecting what was used throughout the Tower by the original builders. The back wall has a made to measure La Cornue oven, hob and extractor, with open fronted drawers to the left and dovetailed drawer to the right. All the knobs were made from the same oak, turned and then wedge fixed from behind. Most of the shelves throughout the kitchen are set on small adjustable pegs. Designed and hand built by Tim Wood
Interiors
Interiors
Jeff Herr Photography
© Jeff Herr Photography
Inspiration pour une salle à manger traditionnelle avec un mur beige, une cheminée standard et un sol en carreau de terre cuite.
Bordley
Bordley
Thompson Custom Homes
Photographer: Steve Chenn
Idée de décoration pour une grand salle à manger ouverte sur la cuisine méditerranéenne avec un mur beige, un sol en carreau de terre cuite, aucune cheminée et un sol rouge.
Flea Market Chic
Flea Market Chic
Ryland Peters & Small | CICO Books
Flea Market Chic by Liz Bauwens and Alexandra Campbell. CICO Books, $29.95. www.cicobooks.com Photo Credit: CICO Books
Inspiration pour une salle à manger ouverte sur la cuisine style shabby chic avec un sol en carreau de terre cuite.
Lake Conroe Spanish
Lake Conroe Spanish
JAUREGUI Architecture Interiors Construction
www.pistondesign.com
Cette image montre une salle à manger méditerranéenne avec un mur blanc et un sol en carreau de terre cuite.
San Luis Kitchen, Country
San Luis Kitchen, Country
San Luis Kitchen Co.
The owners of a charming home in the hills west of Paso Robles recently decided to remodel their not-so-charming kitchen. Referred to San Luis Kitchen by several of their friends, the homeowners visited our showroom and soon decided we were the best people to design a kitchen fitting the style of their home. We were delighted to get to work on the project right away. When we arrived at the house, we found a small, cramped and out-dated kitchen. The ceiling was low, the cabinets old fashioned and painted a stark dead white, and the best view in the house was neglected in a seldom-used breakfast nook (sequestered behind the kitchen peninsula). This kitchen was also handicapped by white tile counters with dark grout, odd-sized and cluttered cabinets, and small ‘desk’ tacked on to the side of the oven cabinet. Due to a marked lack of counter space & inadequate storage the homeowner had resorted to keeping her small appliances on a little cart parked in the corner and the garbage was just sitting by the wall in full view of everything! On the plus side, the kitchen opened into a nice dining room and had beautiful saltillo tile floors. Mrs. Homeowner loves to entertain and often hosts dinner parties for her friends. She enjoys visiting with her guests in the kitchen while putting the finishing touches on the evening’s meal. Sadly, her small kitchen really limited her interactions with her guests – she often felt left out of the mix at her own parties! This savvy homeowner dreamed big – a new kitchen that would accommodate multiple workstations, have space for guests to gather but not be in the way, and maybe a prettier transition from the kitchen to the dining (wine service area or hutch?) – while managing the remodel budget by reusing some of her major appliances and keeping (patching as needed) her existing floors. Responding to the homeowner’s stated wish list and the opportunities presented by the home's setting and existing architecture, the designers at San Luis Kitchen decided to expand the kitchen into the breakfast nook. This change allowed the work area to be reoriented to take advantage of the great view – we replaced the existing window and added another while moving the door to gain space. A second sink and set of refrigerator drawers (housing fresh fruits & veggies) were included for the convenience of this mainly vegetarian cook – her prep station. The clean-up area now boasts a farmhouse style single bowl sink – adding to the ‘cottage’ charm. We located a new gas cook-top between the two workstations for easy access from each. Also tucked in here is a pullout trash/recycle cabinet for convenience and additional drawers for storage. Running parallel to the work counter we added a long butcher-block island with easy-to-access open shelves for the avid cook and seating for friendly guests placed just right to take in the view. A counter-top garage is used to hide excess small appliances. Glass door cabinets and open shelves are now available to display the owners beautiful dishware. The microwave was placed inconspicuously on the end of the island facing the refrigerator – easy access for guests (and extraneous family members) to help themselves to drinks and snacks while staying out of the cook’s way. We also moved the pantry storage away from the dining room (putting it on the far wall and closer to the work triangle) and added a furniture-like hutch in its place allowing the more formal dining area to flow seamlessly into the up-beat work area of the kitchen. This space is now also home (opposite wall) to an under counter wine refrigerator, a liquor cabinet and pretty glass door wall cabinet for stemware storage – meeting Mr. Homeowner’s desire for a bar service area. And then the aesthetic: an old-world style country cottage theme. The homeowners wanted the kitchen to have a warm feel while still loving the look of white cabinetry. San Luis Kitchen melded country-casual knotty pine base cabinets with vintage hand-brushed creamy white wall cabinets to create the desired cottage look. We also added bead board and mullioned glass doors for charm, used an inset doorstyle on the cabinets for authenticity, and mixed stone and wood counters to create an eclectic nuance in the space. All in all, the happy homeowners now boast a charming county cottage kitchen with plenty of space for entertaining their guests while creating gourmet meals to feed them.
la Maison Charrier
la Maison Charrier
Bernard Touillon Photographe
Bernard Touillon photographe La Maison de Charrier décorateur
Idée de décoration pour une grand salle à manger champêtre fermée avec un mur blanc, un sol en carreau de terre cuite et aucune cheminée.
Flea Market Style
Flea Market Style
Alison Kandler Interior Design
Bret Gum for Cottages and Bungalows
Exemple d'une salle à manger romantique avec un sol en carreau de terre cuite.
RISTRUTTURAZIONE DELLA CASA DELLA NONNA
RISTRUTTURAZIONE DELLA CASA DELLA NONNA
Viù studio di Architettura
Ph: Roberta De Palo
Réalisation d'une salle à manger tradition avec un mur beige, un sol rouge et un sol en carreau de terre cuite.
Frank Lloyd Wright Inspired Ranch
Frank Lloyd Wright Inspired Ranch
Studio Z Architecture
The master suite in this 1970’s Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired home was transformed from open and awkward to clean and crisp. The original suite was one large room with a sunken tub, pedestal sink, and toilet just a few steps up from the bedroom, which had a full wall of patio doors. The roof was rebuilt so the bedroom floor could be raised so that it is now on the same level as the bathroom (and the rest of the house). Rebuilding the roof gave an opportunity for the bedroom ceilings to be vaulted, and wood trim, soffits, and uplighting enhance the Frank Lloyd Wright connection. The interior space was reconfigured to provide a private master bath with a soaking tub and a skylight, and a private porch was built outside the bedroom. The dining room was given a face-lift by removing the old mirrored china built-in along the wall and adding simple shelves in its place. Contractor: Meadowlark Design + Build Interior Designer: Meadowlark Design + Build Photographer: Emily Rose Imagery
Paseo Olivos
Paseo Olivos
Streamline Construction
Idées déco pour une salle à manger classique avec un mur blanc, un sol en carreau de terre cuite, une cheminée standard, un manteau de cheminée en carrelage et un sol marron.
Annapolis. MD Home
Annapolis. MD Home
Liza Ryner Design
Réalisation d'une petite salle à manger marine fermée avec un mur blanc, un sol en carreau de terre cuite et un sol beige.
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