Wood design is the main inspiration for this dining room, where we find an open dining area with a built-in buffet. In some, the buffet even features a pass-through to the kitchen, as efficiency was a top priority in the Arts and Crafts movement.
This is a project that took a lot a work by Tim Andersen, restoring this dining room by removing the drywall ceiling to expose the original box beams. He also built to the height of the existing windows to flank the stunning built-in buffet.
Taking it up a notch, we have a more luxurious built-in buffet, wich fits perfectly and appears as if it has always been there, integrated with the existing baseboard helps make this dining sideboard appear as if it has always been there.
Stained wood built-ins work well in tones that go with the other wooden features in the room, including flooring. Notice that in this dining room even the table and chairs complement the buffet.