Designer Linda Woodrum brings the outdoors in with her color palette for the dining room of the HGTV Dream Home 2006.
Woodrum chose a large round table for the dining room to mirror the shape of the circular wrought iron chandelier above it. The circular shapes are important in a room filled with the sharp angles of the peaked ceiling and the strong rectangles and squares of the windows and adjoining staircase. She purchased a 60-inch round table for the dining room and then added a 72-inch top to extend the table's diameter by an additional 12 inches. She skirted it with fabric and then placed a custom-made glass top over the entire thing for an elegant (and easy to care for) look. The larger table can easily seat 12.
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This comfortable dining room seamlessly blends modern, rustic and industrial styles in an open, airy space with...(12 photos)
Projecting from the kitchen, a dedicated dining space offers mountain views and space to reconvene after a day spent outdoors.(11 photos)