The eclectic dining room with its rustic gray dining table, leather chairs and abstract rug is centered on the neutral tile fireplace. Gold light fixtures, including the contemporary chandelier and chic sconces, add metallic glam to the space.
The focal point of this traditional home office is the large wall of windows framed with a transitional box pleat drapery valance and panels. Two leather chairs with matching leather ottomans provide seating, making the rich tones in caramel, chocolate and wheat the perfect complement to old world charm.
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.
A massive custom dining table anchors this rustic dining room with a wood-beamed ceiling and large windows. An antler chandelier casts light over the antique leather dining chairs and traditional-style rug.
The natural light that comes in through the front window gives this dining room a constant romantic glow. To make the space family friendly, the designer used leather dining chairs and kept the floor under the table rug free.
These two chairs were found in the trash (Ezelle's favorite type of furniture). She had them reupholstered in off-white leather and created a geometric pattern with studs all around the arms. The coffee table is created from a piece of glass that she sprayed a frosted color and two small book cases she laid on their side for extra storage.
On the other side of this master bedroom, a leather armchair and minimalist lamp create a cool reading area. Gold frames decorate the walls and showcase a menagerie of lions, tigers, bears and elephants.
A cozy leather armchair makes for a great reading nook in this living room. The room offers plenty of natural and artificial light, making it a great space in which to hang out and relax, day or night.
The media room offers style and comfort. A brown leather armchair with nailhead trim pairs with a metal c-shaped end table and leather ottoman and feels extra cozy sitting next to the large stone fireplace.
To create a dining room that would equally suit family nights in or sophisticated dinner parties, the designers chose a neutral palette with pops of elegant gold. Black wood beams are a high contrast look against the white walls.
The dining room is one of the designer's favorite rooms in the house. Becky Shea Design came up with the dining table and light fixtures. Pulls on both ends of the table extend it to include eight more people.
This rounded dining room has grace with its simple color palette—mostly browns and white—and plentiful natural light. The round dining table follows the room's curves; an angular chandelier is just the right note of contrast.