Julie Khuu, an interior designer from Santa Ana, Calif., joined the cast of HGTV Design Star for season five. This dining room is one of the designs that landed her a spot on the show. Black leather chairs, dark wood floors and a dark wood table with elegant place settings create a striking look in this creamy modern dining room.
Nothing stamps your personality on a space quite like unique art made from reclaimed architectural pieces. This small transitional dining room features such unique pieces as well as a custom-built bench.
Dining room view in the newly renovated home as seen on HGTV's Property Brothers. The dining room is painted a light blue color with an industrial chandelier as the centerpiece of the round wood dining table.
A contemporary pedestal table and six sleek upholstered chairs create a lovely vignette inside this transitional dining room. Draperies with a subtle sheen accentuate the stunning outdoor view. The ebonized hardwood floor and shimmering walls and ceiling add a glamorous edge to the traditional architecture.
This transitional dining room features earthy accessories, which brings a sense of warmth to the space. The window treatments complement the shape and style of the dining furniture, and the green wall color pulls the room together creating a warm, inviting space.
Striped walls lend drama to this dining room featuring a glass-topped table and mirrored sideboard. A large framed mirror on the wall reflects long white drapes on the opposite wall and an ornate chandelier completes the look.
Dine in elegance in this gray-blue dining room with wainscoting detail trim. Crown molding with a taupe stripe highlight the architectural detail and relate well to the curtains, rug and natural grass dining chairs.
Old meets new in this transitional dining room. Natural light from tall arched windows is filtered through sheer curtains onto a dining set with modern chairs. The chandelier also works to balance traditional and contemporary decor.
Leah Atkins Design chose to paint this room a deep blue to set it apart from the rest of the living spaces. The mix of wood tones and creamy linens help make it feel less formal and more welcoming. The equestrian statue and framed plates added a personal touch for the family.
The exposed architectural elements give this dining room an industrial flare and interest. This dining room design boasts exposed beams, pickled wood floors, a support column with stone detail and a high ceiling with tin tiles and molding.