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Grand House Ranskill Transitional Dining Room

Inspiration for a traditional dining room in Other with grey walls. — Houzz

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stickwoman1 wrote:
What colour paint is used on the cabinets please?
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Pushh Construction
Sorry, I don't have a record of the actual colour schedule but I do recall that all of the paints were by Farrow & Ball. Thanks
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Lillie RH

Can you tell me where the bi fold doors were sourced from please? They look perfect for my project.

jacqueline1992 wrote:
Can you tell me how wide this extension is please
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Pushh Construction

from memory internal width was around 3.8ml

plove12 wrote:
I would like flags like this. - Please let me know what they are and where to buy
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Hi this was natural York stone bought from a reclamation yard.
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1sandyh wrote:
patio at dpm level - You've built the patio over the dpm are you not worried about damp issues? Or have u installed some sort of drainage that I can't see on the photo?
tam1966 wrote:
Love the worktop - name please
rebeccawarduk wrote:
Bifold - I love th bifold doors in this picture. Where are the from?
clangers69 wrote:
where are the table and chairs from? - where is the gorgeous table and chairs from ?
Anna Martin wrote:
I love the flagstones used here. Where did you source them from?
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Lara Sargent added this to 10 Decorating Ideas For Your Conservatory or Sunroom
Open up the space This airy orangery has been turned into a fully functioning dining room thanks to a long table and plenty of storage. The pale grey of the cabinetry and the rustic, scrubbed wood of the table give the space a laid-back vibe, while large lamps soften the ceiling spotlights on winter afternoons and dark evenings.Discover what makes a sunroom an orangery
Lara Sargent added this to Dream Spaces: 9 of the Best Indoor Sunny Spots
…or keep things traditionalThis is a fabulous sunny spot for so many reasons. The traditional roof lantern allows natural light to drench the room, while the concertina doors fold right back for a double-hit light source.Such an effective use of glass structures demonstrates brilliantly how glass doors, ceilings and panels are not just the preserve of the modern home, but can add so much to traditional schemes, too.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

disevitt added this to disevitt's Ideas
Light from ceiling and sunken door track creating continuity
kimmyrox10 added this to Roseheath Cottage
lantern and more traditional-looking bifold doors. This is the type of orangery look for dinning area, but with chandelier.
Ben Skalnik added this to Dinning Room
The pantry in the back gives me ideas for mine.
Dana Betse Design added this to Riverwood
Game room turn walk out to greenhouse
Derval added this to windows
Fold back doors off dining area

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