Interior Design Solutions


Park Avenue Dining Room - before


Park Avenue Dining Room - after

Although the dining area is now 13” narrower than it was originally, it actually looks larger. We opened up the wall between the dining room and living room and added columns to delineate the spaces. The original dining room did not have molding on the walls, so we added molding that matches that in the living room.

Combining the living room and dining area allowed us to eliminate the air conditioner originally used in the separate dining room. Removing the wall made both the living room and dining area sunnier during the day, because they share windows that originally only lit one room.