dining area

NOUN
  1. an area arranged for dining
    they put up tents for the dining area
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How To Use dining area In A Sentence

  • This is situated to the rear of the property, with an informal dining area being open-plan between the kitchen and the family room.
  • A compact fitted kitchen with maple units and chrome fittings is located off the dining area to the rear of the house.
  • After considering cork and stone floor tiles, we decided to extend the hardwood of the dining area into the kitchen for continuity and a look that made the kitchen seem more like a living space.
  • That, plus the fact that the dining area is furnished with cast-off tables and chairs and mismatched china and cutlery, might make food seem like an afterthought.
  • It has a dining area overlooked by a gallery study, living room, kitchen, utility room, three bedrooms and a bathroom.
  • Furnished flair Furniture for the dining area needs to complement that in the living section.
  • On the entrance floor level, the Winter Garden has a self-service restaurant and dining area and a shop where the emphasis is on fine art publications rather than tasteful tea cosies.
  • Help yourself to fruit or vegetables to use in the well-equipped outdoor kitchen next to a covered dining area. Times, Sunday Times
  • The drawing room and dining areas are papered in Victorian style and have wooden floors and panelling.
  • The lounge is decorated with low-slung ottomans and gauzy white curtains and sits between a long, curving bar and a somewhat haphazardly appointed dining area.
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