Dining Room Pictures From HGTV Dream Home 2014

This comfortable dining room seamlessly blends modern, rustic and industrial styles in an open, airy space with floor-to-ceiling windows and unparalleled views.

Photo By: Eric Perry © 2013, Scripps Networks, LLC. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Eric Perry © 2013, Scripps Networks, LLC. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Eric Perry © 2013, Scripps Networks, LLC. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Eric Perry © 2013, Scripps Networks, LLC. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Eric Perry © 2013, Scripps Networks, LLC. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Eric Perry © 2013, Scripps Networks, LLC. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Eric Perry © 2013, Scripps Networks, LLC. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Eric Perry ©2013, Scripps Networks, LLC. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Eric Perry ©2013, Scripps Networks, LLC. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Eric Perry © 2013, Scripps Networks, LLC. All Rights Reserved

Photo By: Eric Perry © 2013, Scripps Networks, LLC. All Rights Reserved

The 16-foot-wide dining space feels voluminous thanks to 10-foot-high walls and a steeply-pitched ceiling featuring exposed structural beams. A wall of windows overlooks the front yard and floods the room with natural light.

As interior designer Linda Woodrum chose fabrics for this room with a view, she was careful to stick with subtle patterns and solids that didn't compete with the outdoors. The flowy white draperies are mounted at the top of the wall in order to draw the eye up. A traverse rod operates on a pulley system to allow for easy adjustment.

Dark gray walls are paired with accents of stainless steel, wood and both foxed and clear glass. The mix of materials and design styles, from traditional to modern, "visually energizes" the space, says interior designer Linda Woodrum.

A dramatic, modern focal point, a wall of stainless steel shelving displays a collection of glass stemware, silver serving pieces, wooden and mercury glass candlesticks and wood accent pieces.

The vivid yellow used on the wingback chairs is pulled directly from the leather used on the kitchen barstools. It's a clever way to tie the two spaces together without being overpowering.

With seating for eight, the darkly finished pedestal dining table echoes the blacks and deep grays featured in the ceiling eaves and window frames. Intricate balusters under the table lend a traditional feel.

Standing in for a more formal chandelier, a series of five mismatched pendant lights illuminate the dining table. In staggered heights, the iron, steel, aluminum and brass fixtures add industrial style.

Arts-and-crafts-style side chairs, upholstered in soft buffalo check fabric with a nailhead detail, are as comfortable as they are stylish.

"It's a beautiful mix of textures and glass and color," says interior designer Linda Woodrum of the open shelving. "And it's a contemporary way to use your dishware and display things."

Lending visual interest and a focal point, Cymbidium orchids burst forth from an aged and partially glazed terracotta planter.

Abstract art by local painter Danae Anderson introduces both bold shapes and organic lines into this dining room, all while tying together the bold hues and warm neutrals used in the room.