Looking at this project on Houzz
I thought that if the proposed Glulam beams are going to drop below the ceiling height, then the way they have done the lights in between the beams looks great.
I think I’m biased to a clean line (no visible beams) though.
It, in part, works because they have lots of beams closely spaced to each other.
It’s a big dinning area, so it’ll need a big table.
Hopefully made from timbers reclaimed out of the original Silver Spray bungalow.
And then maybe benches or a collection of second hand chairs, that don’t match each other or the table.
Get “industrial” big metal legs / frame for the table by finding something that can be recycled to this use:
Photos from the Dining Pinterest Gallery:
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