For more special occasions, Ford and friends can head into the formal dining room, where a beautiful wood table waits at the ready for guests. Here, a mirror wall visually expands the space, while Acrylic chairs further the light and airy aesthetic.
A round glass-top table is paired with lucite chairs in this ultra-modern dining room. Complete with a side bar area that offers storage and serving space, this room is prepped for entertaining while maintaining a pared down vibe.
Just like the kitchen, this dining area is all about balance; a reclaimed wood table anchors the space, while eight ghost chairs provide some seriously stylish seating. Recessed lights illuminate the space for use in the evening.
Natural light illuminates this modern home office which includes two pink acrylic chairs positioned behind a wood desk with white metal legs. Pink tulips fill a light green garden pot and sit atop the desk, while a bright blue lamp on a nearby metallic end table provides a pop of color.
This wonderful nook is the perfect area to read or play games. Transparent side chairs add extra seating without taking up any visual space. Designer tip: Have fun mixing a little modern in with classic pieces to create an updated feel.
A lavender wall provides a soft backdrop for the white details in the contemporary bedroom. A fuzzy rug, plush bed coverings and a retro-inspired nightstand add brightness to the room. A lovely black lamp, black and white photography and a metallic throw pillow add personality to finish the design.
Once he's done with homework, the kiddo can grab a book and curl up in this cool bubble chair! The designers added white and silver upholstered “pixels” to protect the walls and give the corner a video-game feel. The Warhol-inspired art makes a fun addition as well.
Add a tablecloth and centerpiece to your breakfast area. Seattle firm Judith Wright Design dressed up the homeowner’s original table with a tablecloth and florals to coordinate with the cushions she put on banquette in this 2016 National Kitchen + Bath Association winner. Acrylic chairs add glam (often, new acrylic furniture is affordable) without hindering the view of the banquette.
When including a work space in your bedroom, forget the basic boring desk that’s often part of a hotel suite. This glass-topped desk was an outlet find by Atlanta designer Michelle Mentzer, who paired it with an acrylic Z-shaped accent table from an antiques store. She also saved on the metallic lamp, mirror and glitzy accessories at a home decor discount store.