In modern American and Canadian homes, the dining room is typically adjacent to the living room, being increasingly used only for formal dining with guests or on special occasions. For informal daily meals, most medium size houses and larger will have a space adjacent to the kitchen where table and chairs can be placed, larger spaces are often known as a dinette while a smaller one is called a breakfast nook. Smaller houses and condos may have a breakfast bar instead, often of a different height than the regular kitchen counter (either raised for stools or lowered for chairs). If a home lacks a dinette, breakfast nook, or breakfast bar, then the kitchen or family room will be used for day-to-day eating.
Recently, tree trunk style dinning room is getting familiar to most of us, due to the natural environment desired of people. In some way, those home decor idea is great in getting children idea about protect the trees on our planet and intention of loving nature. Check out those tree trunk style dinning room design ideas below and consider make one for your house.
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