A Dining Area Was Included In The Design Of These Stairs

A Dining Area Was Included In The Design Of These Stairs

Matt Fajkus Architecture has recently completed a 950 square foot addition to a home in Austin, Texas, and included in the design, is a dining area that makes the most of the available space.

A modern dining area with a steel table and wood dining benches.

Usually, the space under the stairs is often left open in an interior, however this time, the designer decided to create a dining area.

A modern built in dining area with benches and a dark table top.

The dining area has two wood benches. The first bench has been built as part of the overall stair design.

A modern built in dining area with benches and a dark table top.

The second bench has been designed to be moved under the table when not being used, and it also lines up with the nearby wall and bottom of the stairs.

A modern built in dining area with benches and a dark table top.

The dark table top complements the stair handrails and support structure.

A modern built in dining area with benches and a dark table top.

Here’s a look at more photos of the home, which includes the white stucco-clad, two-story addition to the generic 1980’s house, the new black window and door frames, the built-in window benches, and the skylights located above the stairs.

A modern white stucco house addition.
A modern white stucco house addition.
A modern white stucco house addition.
Large windows with a built-in window bench.
A modern powder room with a wood vanity that matches the door and the wood featured on the stairs.
A modern wood ceiling with three skylights.
A modern wood ceiling with three skylights.
Photography: Leonid Furmansky, Matt Fajkus Architecture | Architect: Matt Fajkus Architecture | Architecture Design Team: Matt Fajkus, Sarah Johnson, Sarah Wassel, Andres Moguel, David Birt | Contractor: Texas Construction Company | Landscape: ADLA Studio

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