This eclectic dining room was designed by HGTV Star contestants Brooks Atwood and Tiffany Brooks during HGTV Star season 8. A dining table with chunky columnar legs makes a big impact in the small apartment space.
Once a woodworker’s shop, this Parisian loft has been beautifully converted with the utmost respect for original period details. Vaulted ceilings with exposed wood beams and multiple skylights make the main living area feel ultra-spacious.
The dining room in this loft apartment is haloed in light that makes the space feel bright and light. A yellow bench provides ample seating in the space, while reflecting the light from the window and making the space bright, while the neutral wallpaper and other chairs help to anchor the space, combining to create an elegant, stylish space.
To help a young couple create a home that would showcase their travel finds and adventurous spirits, designer Corine Maggio used tons of rich colors and interesting textures. Here, a cobalt blue bookshelf frames in the dining room that also has a teal rug and pink chairs.
A large, round dining table maximizes the space in this contemporary loft dining room without making the area feel too cramped. The rich tones of the dining chairs and sideboard warm up the space, and a wall-sized window fills the room with natural light.
A custom 12-foot dining wood and aged iron dining table is surrounded by an elegant mix of upholstered seating, including an oversized pair of klismos-inspired chairs that bookend the table and give it visual weight. The cluster chandeliers and convex mirror emphasize the room's curves and connect with a crescent-shaped structural column that delineates the space.
This fireplace is clad in new bricks and features a custom designed trim and screen. The industrial chandelier over the dining table works perfectly to balance out the off center fireplace in this modern Park Slope apartment.The baseboard and window sills were replaced with wood reclaimed from an old Brooklyn building for a one-of-a-kind look.
This modern dining room renovation from HGTV's House Hunters Renovation makes the most of the open floor plan of Josh Campbell and Mac Gaspard's Studio City, California townhouse. The space reflects the couple's desire for a loft-style home with ample light and minimalist design.
Away from the office the home continues to expand, stretching into this beautiful dining room. Here, as in the living room, the couple's modern tastes complement the industrial bones of the space for an enticing combination. Black continues to be a strong accent color here, included through a pair of sculptural table lamps and one very statuesque planter. The glass top table and patterned, silver-metallic pendants solidify the modern aesthetic alongside art on both walls.