A dark-stained wood deck provides a small outdoor area for this shipping container house, painted bright yellow. A bright white bistro table and chairs complement the white French doors that lead out to the interior space. A small container garden adds a variety of color while also offering some privacy.
Mixing up the colors of a matching set in bright sherbet hues, as seen with this bistro table and chairs, works particularly well in a verdant outdoor setting. The heart-shaped chairs are sweet reminders of yesteryear, and the small round table can serve for a romantic dinner in the garden.
This adorable breakfast nook originally only had room for a small bistro table and chairs. To make the space more useable, the designers added built-in bench seating (with handy storage drawers!) and found the perfectly petite round table to finish it off.
The historic cottage in old town Key West opens up to a dark wood deck with comfortable wicker furniture, perfect for outdoor entertaining. Steps down from the deck is a stone patio with bistro table and chairs, while tropical landscaping provides privacy and a serene atmosphere.
You don’t need a lot of space to create a multifunctional outdoor living area. Here, designer Lisa Aiken packed a pair of lounge chairs with quick-dry seats, and a high-top bistro table with stool seating for four onto a compact rooftop terrace. “The high table lets diners overlook the beach,” says Aiken.
In this center of this Paris Café inspired dining space is a Mango wood dining table with classic cabriole legs that add elegance and class to the space. Surrounding this beautiful piece are four European rattan chairs, providing space for an intimate gathering as well as furthering the feeling of being on the streets in Paris.
A color palette of khaki, sage and cream gets an infusion of vivid orange with a contemporary glass pendant light that brightens up this eat-in kitchen. A bistro-style table and chairs provides an eating area without taking up unnecessary space.
The layout of the living room accommodates different activities, creating a true multipurpose space. The primary seating area includes an intimate arrangement of the sofa and two armchairs for gatherings of family or friends. The sofa has a comfortable view of the television, which is mounted above the fireplace, for nights when the homeowners choose to stay in and watch a movie. A bistro-sized table and chairs near the window offer a space to have a drink, play cards or even work on a laptop with a view of the TV.
A striped focal wall ties in the white, gray and orange colors from the adjacent open plan kitchen. An orange pendant light and bistro chairs give additional color and add a playful touch to the space.
This sitting nook is furnished with vintage decor that gives the space charm and charisma. The chairs are from the 1950s and the bistro table is 1940s. Nothing like decade blending to create a singular look.