This transitional dining room cleverly mixes design styles, pairing a sleek contemporary dining table with a more traditional iron pendant chandelier. The warm brown hues used in the space make this formal dining room feel inviting.
The sophisticated dining room has terracotta-colored Venetian plaster walls and a traditional table surrounded by floral-printed dining chairs. Dramatic curtains and swags dress the large windows, while the room is grounded by an Oriental area rug. A beautiful chandelier is a sparkling centerpiece in the room.
An Oriental rug grounds this traditional dining room, where a classic dining table and chairs pair with an elegant crystal chandelier. Soft blue-gray walls combine with beautiful architectural details, like wainscoting and crown molding.
This formal dining room gets an update with suzani upholstered chairs. The round dining table makes it easy to add place settings for extra guests, while the neutral area rug anchors the seating area. Linen curtains enhance the height of the space and echo the neutral tones found throughout the room.
Everything about this dining room says elegance, from the round table and matching chairs to the tray ceiling to the ornate chandelier. Rich paint colors and detailed wall frame molding provide the finishing touches.
The back wall of this dining space is lined with alternating white birch and yellow pine trees, giving the entire restaurant the feeling that one is dining in the Zen silence of the forest. The rough texture of the trees provides a nice contrast to the sleek leather banquette below.
Phenomenal wood paneling surrounds this formal kitchen nook from the walls to the ceiling. Bright white chairs, neutral stone tile and a basket of colorful flowers brighten up the masculine, Mediterranean space.
Conveniently located right by the kitchen, this dining area features a fireplace and formal furnishings that bring an air of elegance to the traditional design. Warm wood paneled walls pair with a textured, honeycomb ceiling for a classic, sophisticated look.
Bring the natural beauty of the coast inside by incorporating beach-inspired elements, like this driftwood-toned wooden table and sea-colored glassware. The seascape painting above the mantel reminds you that the water is never far away.
HGTV Design Star judge Genevieve Gorder says, "In order to make the brick wall the focal point, it's necessary to pull back on the opposing walls. They should've brought in light, creamy, smooth textures to give the space a greater sense of grandeur while highlighting the earthy color and rougher texture of the bricks."