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Robin De Groot (born July 1) is a Canadian designer famous for both his design creations and personality on the HGTV and Food Network television program Restaurant Makeover, which is broadcast in 16 countries worldwide.

De Groot was the lead designer on Restaurant Makeover from 2005 to 2007 , as well as the featured designer for numerous television programs including Grow TV and CH Morning Live. He was also the design director for the Home Depot magazine Style Ideas, published in both Canada and in the United States.

His designs on Restaurant Makeover have included the Minolta Tower in Niagara Falls, the Ossawippi Train in Orillia, the Human Bean in Cobourg, the After Math Cafe in Toronto, Coco's Cafe in Toronto, Ontario, the College Street Bar in Toronto, the Burlington Bowl (Cynthia's) in Burlington and the Babelfish Bistro in Guelph. He has also been a featured designer for the Designer Showhouse 2004.

De Groot has been a guest speaker for the Princess Margaret Hospital fundraising garden tours. In addition, he is a guest speaker at numerous home shows across Canada, speaking about interior design and its impact as well as giving lectures on historic preservation. De Groot has worked with numerous community organizations in an attempt to garner more awareness for the architectural history of Canada and the preservation of its historic homes and landmarks.[1]


  1. ^ Fontaine, Ryan (2005-09-15). "Shop day, makeover day, Doris Day". Xtra! Retrieved on 2007-08-24.

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