Exotic Dining Room

These homeowners have a dining room disguised as a playroom. The Design on a Dime team transforms it back into a formal dining room that can still function as an open space to play.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionOne chandelier just wouldn't cut it in this opulent space, so Lee designs a cluster of chandeliers.
Using rather inexpensive light fixtures and adding extra beads, Lee fashions a bedazzling overhead light. Design coordinator Abraham Hopkins builds the medallion to affix the chandelier to the ceiling. He uses leftover tin from the dining table to face the medallion. It adds a reflective quality as well as subtly repeats a prominent design element.

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