A tall gray headboard and floor-to-ceiling drapes emphasize the height of this bedroom featured on HGTV's Design Star. A small bench at the foot of bed offers extra seating, while a sprinkling of metallic fixtures add a hint of luxury to the space. The ice blue bedding tones down the warm neutral walls.
A metallic chandelier is a statement piece in any space, especially a bedroom. This midcentury modern chandelier is notable for its geometric cut-outs which allow more light to trickle through the shade.
New molding and paneled wainscoting instill a sense of sophistication in this classic dining room. A clean-lined dining table pairs with upholstered chairs for a design that's stylish yet comfortable, and two drum shade chandeliers complete the look.
This living room is a nod to Spanish mod style. The yellow rug is covered with Spanish motifs in a modern scale, and the drum shade chandelier and contemporary gray sofa complement the Spanish architecture of the home.
The bold contrast of the white comforter against the black sheets is an eye-catching duo in this formal bedroom. The bed is made to feel elevated with the absence of a bed skirt, and the room's elegant chandelier is striking with its transparent drum shade.
This loft-style living room features an exposed brick wall adorned with a black and white canvas and a red accent wall with a mounted flatscreen TV. A drum shade chandelier hangs above a sleek glass coffee table, a black and white shag rug and a pair of trendy gold ottomans.
The colorful dining room features a long, wood table surrounded by lucite ghost chairs. The clear chairs allow the rustic wood table and weathered sideboard to stand out against the bold colors in the space. Two low-hanging drum shade chandeliers and a large, ornate gold mirror add a touch of elegance to this industrial dining area.
A chandelier encircled by a metallic drum shade provides a dramatic focal point in this contemporary California dining room. A sinuous wood dining table has a shiny metal base, marrying rustic and modern elements. Inset marble takes the place of a rug, and a series of architectural photographs propped on the zebrano built-in cabinets give the room added depth and dimension.
In an open floor plan, where walls are not in place, make sure the flow of the room makes sense. A pair of small armchairs and ghost end table visually divide the living room from the dining area without completely blocking the line of sight. Ivory tufted ottomans next to the armchairs help define the sitting area beneath a gray drum shade chandelier.