Counter stools offer a chance to mix up styles in a kitchen. Add a touch of the unexpected by introducing midcentury modern, sculptural lines to a traditional or transitional kitchen by using wooden or metal stools. Fluid shapes placed against the rigid lines of cabinets strike up a nice balance.
Dark wood cabinets and bar add an air of luxury in this traditional bar. A silver mantel and a black and white, checked tile floor are stylized touches that create a traditional feel for the bar area while the stainless steel backsplash adds a modern flair.
This minimalist kitchen features a spacious white island with wood and metal stools. A marble backsplash lines the wall behind the stove, while brushed nickel hardware and fixtures add finishing touches.
This monochromatic bathroom is a bright and sunny white design. A white marble shower panel adds intrigue to break up the solid white wall. A siding effect on the bathtub and small tile flooring bring texture to the design. Two matching wood stools feature white dipped legs.
Gorgeous gray cabinetry is complimented with a white and gray chevron backsplash in this spacious eat in kitchen. A stylish dining table features a decorative border and white marble tabletop. Simple wood stools surround the table and pale yellow pendant lights hanging above.
A deep, royal blue sofa and tufted yellow coffee table stand out in this natural living room design. A pair of wood stools with baby blue seat tops are a unique seating addition. A natural and brown rug adds an interesting pattern below the furniture. Gray stone frames the fireplace finished with a white mantle. Color coordinated bookshelves compliment the bold furniture colors.
The living room ceiling stretches through two stories of this loft giving it a spacious feel despite being closely connected to the kitchen. Long, sheer curtains cover the tall, full-wall windows allowing some natural light to stream through. Traditional sitting furniture is surrounded with contemporary details and decoration. Asian style stools line one side of the glass coffee table for a mix of seating options.