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In a tight dining room, you need a serving side board, table and chairs--no china cabinet.
IF you''ve ever been a dinner guest at someone''s home, you''ll know a good dining room isn''t all about the food
Located in the retirement community of Westminster Oaks, this renovation project took place in the main dining room within the Parry Building.
What a shame as we often associate dining rooms with celebrating and for those special occasions it's surely worth making the effort?
Dining rooms used to be large, space-wasting and unloved rooms.
Modern city centre apartments don't have dining rooms but they tend to cram the kitchen/dining area into too small a space.
The second floor features private dining rooms named for famous burlesque stars, such as "The Tempest Storm" (with seating for 70), "The Betty Page" (with seating for 20), "The DO May" (with seating for 20), and "The Mabel Saintley" (with seating for 40).
Changing lifestyles that prevent families from sitting down together to eat have rendered Welsh dining rooms almost obsolete.
Meanwhile, the passengers on the QM2, who were giddy with the historic moment, departed the decks with their empty champagne flutes and retreated to one of 10 dining rooms with a menu advised by Daniel Boulud--one of the world's most famous chefs.
Young chef Craig Strong's contemporary American fare received its most recent accolade from the current (May) issue of Gourmet magazine which named the restaurant one of the ``world's best hotel dining rooms.
The end result: 60 residential studio units, administrative space, dining rooms, a bistro, library and beauty shop--and most importantly, the preservation of an old friend and neighbor to the town of Watertown.
One of the most significant problems with dining rooms is that they are often in the wrong place and therefore under-used.
Our project vision included creating more homelike 'households,' a more welcoming focal point than the existing large nurses' station, and more flexible dining rooms, as well as opening up all of the glass-enclosed sitting rooms that our residents affectionately referred to as 'fishbowls,'" explains Mother Alice Marie Jones, lsp.
Back then they thought food was digested better in the dark, so dining rooms were intentionally located in the basement where the lighting wasn't so bright.
While bed and bathrooms are private, enclosed volumes, living and dining rooms have been opened up to the full extent of the roof pitch.