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Dining room

A room in a residence for eating while seated at a table.

dining room

The principal room used for meals, in which the family in a private house, or guests in a hotel, come together at mealtimes.
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In a tight dining room, you need a serving side board, table and chairs--no china cabinet.
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?
According to home finders BDI Property Search, this means dining rooms are fast becoming more of a must-have than conservatories or garages.
Now, it seems, the family dining room is going the same way.
We have done a lot of research into it and have found people are moving towards a more relaxed method of dining and instead of using dining rooms want a combined kitchen-diner instead.
DECORATED ROOM: Foodies in the know are whispering to their friends about the best restaurant in Pasadena probably being the Dining Room at the Ritz-Carlton Huntington Hotel, 1401 S.
The auditorium was converted into a dining room, with its stage becoming a lounge.
Some dining rooms are neglected just because they are such a trek from the kitchen, whilst others get used simply for when you are entertaining.
View windows between the dining room and corridor have been added to further break down previous visual barriers.
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.