Narrow Dining Room Ideas

Once again, the matter of narrow room design would be discussed here. You have known that people always being stressed when they have small space of room design, especially when they have small kitchen design or small living room design. Then, what do you think when you are having narrow dining room design? Maybe you would feel stressed since you could not place many things there in the dining room. As you have read about designing small room ideas, narrow dining room ideas also has some ideas in making it more beautiful. Dining room is not only place to have a meal, but also  a place to have a family gathering when you have leisure time.

Electric Small Dining RoomElectric Small Dining Room

As being explained before that in maintaining the small space of the room, you should consider well about the color very well. Here, I suggest you to have a little bit brighter color since it help you to make the room looks wider and spacious. In the previous picture, you could see that the dining room design is having the combination color between red and white color. Beside that, by having the nice lighting of the room, it makes the room feels comfortable.

Beautiful Dining Room DesignBeautiful Dining Room Design

In the previous picture, it could be seen that the design of the room looks so bright and classic since the combination color between wooden flooring design and white wall color looks so great. Beside that, this dining room looks so spacious since it has glass window design that would allow the light com through to the inner side of dining room. Then, the adding of the wallpaper could make the interior room looks so great.

Classical Dining Room Design Unique Dining Space and Glass Cupboard Cabinets in White ColorClassical dining room design

Modern small dining roomModern small dining room

Then, beside having the classical look of the interior design of the narrow dining room ideas, you could also have more bright and cheerful color since it would increase the good mood of your dining room. Beside that, if you are having nice time with your family, you could stay long in this place since the interior room’s color is very nice.

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87 thoughts on “Narrow Dining Room Ideas

  1. Lucia.Jolie.Moriah

    The final product looks here, it truly does. But for anyone whose fireplace is out of commission and they want to eliminate the brick aesthetically, please assume using decorative molding, boards that can be tiled – anything *removable* in lieu of paint. You may be able to the same accomplish without making a rather permanent change to a historical home.- Sincerely, someone who had to a lot of paint from a 1920s brick fireplace

  2. Ashton_Joe_Rodolfo

    Hey veggiemar,I the SAME and automatically belief it was my fault. I am going to try some of the suggestions but personally I assume it is probably the design. You are not the only one!!:)

  3. Crystal-Jaliyah

    As far as storage, there is no reason to bookcases and storage pieces from ikea every time you move. I had modular storage–specifically the CUBITS storage system–for over 7 years and 3 different apartments, and in many different configurations. Something delight in cubits is flexible, easy to rearrange, and durable. I got a couple sets off ebay and couple off craigslist, but you can sets at and similar stuff at the container store.

  4. Adan I.

    photos of the before arrangements when you decorate for special occasions – assuming you liked and want to the previous arrangements/decor.Take pictures of things that you want to remember but not retain.I often room pictures and it is a in editing!

  5. Nicole.Kaia.Sutton

    moved into a plot and had baaaad fish smell in the kitchen.found this dwelling and just had to post and say-we threw the fridge out(cause we think) and washed, drenched the whole kitchen everywhere(except ceiling) in white vinegar and the smell has gone with the vinegar! (3 days ish)tried lots of expensive cleaning products before hand,vinegar was the last resort, so, try vinegar

  6. Dangelo Ronaldo Valentin E.

    We live in a tourist neighborhood, and on weekend “nights” (really more 2 a.m.) drunken young people around the streets singing.The solution? (Okay, not actually a SOLUTION, but it makes us feel less victimized). We two giganto Soakers loaded and in at our window. . .

  7. Carolina Thalia Aryana J.

    I had a chance to visit these before they were finished – the reason there are no interior shots is becuase the interiors are bare bones off the shelf materials – not that the architects had any choice. I assume HPD told them exactly what kinds of materials they had to use, and even how all the rooms had to be (down to the closet sizes). To the exteriors to the they did was an extrordinary acheivment in the crude cost York housing market – especially considering the typical cost housing unit in the neighborhood costs 15% less/sf and looks 100% worse.

  8. Jimena Liberty P.

    I recommend honeycomb shades. We archaic to acquire them on our bedroom window when we lived on a narrow airshaft, and they let in lots of light while providing privacy screening. You can then assign up floor to ceiling curtains if you want.

  9. Cesar Jalen Philip

    I the same with my tub (we rent), and the ONLY thing that works on un-enameled tubs/sinks/old counters are Magic Erasers (seriously), combined with some elbow grease – the above comment (laneh) states.Soak the shower head with a baggie of CLR or Lime Away to certain up the flow.Shower curtain liners with suction cups will be your BFF, too, or something these:

  10. Veda.33

    I adore reading all of these comments! When I was 19 or 20 I moved into a rear apartment that was attached to a broken-down house. So character, claw-foot tub (that I never really appreciated until I moved out), and a kitchen light that to the bejesus out of me. windows that opened in. I LOVED that place, that is when I met my future husband, now ex-husband. I only lived there for six months on my acquire and then we decided to in together (ahhh, life lessons) and we found a place, but nothing ever compared to my place.I lived there all that time and never had money for cable, so on day I decided to hook the wire into the assist of my TV, fair to what would happen. enough, cable was wired and working through the entire apartment!I been divorced for 3 years now, I an 11 year son and we now live in a medium sized, no character townhouse in-town. I long to absorb a all my absorb with as character as I life experience!

  11. Hadassah777

    I once had a drafting desk that, maybe a bit bigger, because it was a beast. Seriously. I had to it apart to it inside my house. It was wider than my largest door. Of course, i had to disassemble it again to it out of my house when I gave it away.But when I had it, it was to such a big, working surface. I it for crafting and cutting out patterns for sewing.My worst furniture moment was the time that this computer armoire we were upstairs got stuck in the stairway and we could it neither up nor down. It was truly a Dirk Gently moment. We ended up taking it apart mid stairway.

  12. Karina Raina V.

    Also check out – they the same of vinyl letters – and they a really chilly applet that lets you build and preview online. They all kinds of other things and carry matte vinyl, so its another option for people looking to decorate their walls.

  13. Emilie

    Ha ha! Fiona is right….MY first apartment bedroom (a hundred and fifty years ago) had white walls and two twin foam mattresses thrown down side-by-side on the floor (filled up the whole width of the bedroom, too). bed was covered in pale blue sheets and a cream and blue flowered comforter. This first apt. bedroom wins hands down over mine! Heh.

  14. Kate Melany Alannah

    Hope everyone is ok and from Ike and its aftermath.Growing up on a barrier island in South Carolina, I had my of hurricanes and tropical storm threats and actually a couple that made landfall. Hugo in 1989 was the worst (a extremely physically and distinguished cat4), and afterwards, it took many years for the to truly bounce back. During that time, there were several storms that threatened to hit, we were told to evacuate, and nothing came of them. The local news stations would build a deal out of every storm from the it started swirling off the of Africa (this was in the 1990s, not if it has gotten better or more now). It became a boy-who-cried-wolf scenario from the residents perspective and we grew weary of the evacuations. It does become an intuitive thing, whether to or and it does to whether you can monetarily afford to flee.

  15. Craig August Carmine

    photos 1, 2, 3, 7, 8 because I need, want, crave slick lines. One thing I would seeing is similar kitchens that denote more access for a physically challenged or elderly owner. While staged photos showing begin shelving high up, those are useless to a physically challenged person or someone me who is 5ft 2in tall.

  16. Mason Grant K.

    @MrsAllnut I feel your pain, i am in the same boat.I am a lover of cute things and I acquire an online store so my location is also my warehouse. I guests coming for Xmas and as distinguished as i them the last week has been * trying to camouflage my JUNK.I finally decided to donate all my books that I been hauling around for the last 20 years as they now sit mostly in boxes.I am in final stretch as they on Saturday and there are days when I absorb gotten so frustrated and overwhelmed that I felt devour running away for the holiday and going aid to Mexico and hang out on the beach and impartial abandon everyone for theis season of crazy.Chin up it is agreeable to absorb family and friends want o consume time with us.

  17. Jayson.88

    I would so to one of these! I been wanting to multiple reusable for groceries, general shopping, et cetera. But, because I want multiples, I feel it is somewhat cost prohibitive for me now. Recieving one for the holidays would be a to commence realizing my goal!

  18. Jake M.

    Here is a link to the Jasper sofa I mentioned above. I forgot to say that the cushions are in perfect shape, no issues at all. We had it professionally cleaned one time, and I cleaned it and vacuumed it. The fabric I bear is the Desmond Charcoal 100% polyester micro suede. – It is heavy duty, plush suede fabric that is absolutely amazing! Some of their other couches may stocked in this fabric. A value for the money in my opinion.

  19. Jalen Maddox X.

    to effect this for your personal use, but in terms of preserving history it can be abominable to destroy the paper. The days of magazines are numbered. One would wish that some insttution would the dependable paper. The with memory devices that they become obsolete. The information is lost to posterity, We acquire paper from the Egyptians. Plus glossy magazine pages are so wonderfully crisp and colorful.

  20. Mallory Z.

    Finally, the kitchen is done inside and out. The only things left to in the morning is mop the floor and a bottle of dishwasher cleaner. Too tonight to the machine and disturb the neighbors. Rewarded myself with Hidden Figures, well worth the delay in completing the assignment. And this weeks flowers are a * of tulips, color unknown yet.

  21. Andreas

    discover if you can paint the stove and hood. My house had an avocado green stove and hood that the previous owner, thankfully, painted. I they had it professionally done, and you could not it was not the fresh finish.

  22. Jaydon

    For something completely different and unique, a at * These rugs are thick and soft and made from wool- and moderately priced for the quality. You may be pleasantly surprised……..

  23. Matthew

    @Katia12 Thank you for your words! All of the people and animals in my building were also okay. Thankfully, even without insurance, I had the financial security and system to me on my feet in fairly short order.My stuff was not damaged, but I did to pay an environmental recovery company to and decontaminate it. We got all of our most precious stuff back, but every once in a while I need something mundane be pleased a whisk, and realize I never bought another one after the fire.The silver lining was finding out how many wonderful, people care about me. In retrospect, that was worth losing some “stuff”.

  24. Lucille-Vada

    This is a typical sized unit bath in any 1DK (1 room dining kitchen) or studio apartment in Tokyo, Japan. While we usually wait for each other to out of the bath, this is dapper fun.I am grave about the bit – it is beyond Japanese comprehension to enter bath water without having first scrubbed, rinsed, scrubbed, rinsed every single fraction of the body. These boys would been blooming clean.There is nothing or creepy about this image. Humor here is extremely different from other parts of the world. Truth be told, this considerate of thing is probably seen on Sunday night comedy shows – how many * men can you fit in a unit bath?…not so uncommon, shown correct after – how long can you bath will 400 scorpians? or how many times can you stand being slapped across the head with a wet pair of jeans? All fun!!

  25. Tyler Owen

    Oh! The first one! Check for tags! I to the books for a high-end interior decorator in Manhattan, and when we saw a leather chair on the curb, I stopped to check it out. Paul Smith! It was a $6,000 chair! It spent years in our living room before our kitten considerate of destroyed it. We gave it to Goodwill and they they would recover it. Most expensive allotment of furniture I ever “owned”!

  26. Ben Dale I.

    Would it be possible to (somewhat) the you originally wanted by getting some bohemian looking scarves and wrapping the seat in one, and draping another over the side – or making a pillow to on it, too? Try and play down the grandma-mauve color and play up the blues and greens. I the mauve color is the here.

  27. Abram

    For fellow Canucks – if you are thinking of getting some faux taxidermy, Urban Barn has a moose head. I happened to pop into one of their stores on the weekend and I really liked it.

  28. Ryan

    honest did a with Rabbit. They were fantastic! They showed up early, were polite and professional, and completed the job and efficiently. Best of all, there were no surprise fees. I was really with the experience and definitely recommend Rabbit!!

  29. Wendy.Moriah

    I assume it is the best thing since sliced bread. This can really a smoker quit. remember, we all live in a glass house. Over eating and lack of can demolish you faster then a cigarette. As a respiratory therapist, obese people acquire harder time breathing and experience more health problems then someone with COPD.

  30. Diego Brody Alonzo F.

    I am planning to one of these for Christmas! I could the money for gas.We want to store 2nd backups of our computers, pictures, music, family trees, game files/addons.Thanks for the contest.

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