Bring rustic charm to your outdoor space with distressed metal furniture. The Outdoor Room host Jamie Durie added a distressed bright blue cafe table and chairs to enhance the Old Mexico-style backyard.
A wrought iron stairway lets the second floor have access to this outside patio and entertaining area. Several small table and chair sets were chosen instead of one large one offering greater flexibility.
For a light and fresh look in this breakfast room, the designers opted for a distressed wood-and-metal table paired with cafe chairs. The banquette's green accent pillows help tie the area in with the nearby family room, that also features pops of green. Table and chairs: Restoration Hardware
The landscape designers of this backyard helped the space feel dynamic with different levels and functions. Here, a raised patio is both a place to relax and dine with lounge chairs and a petite cafe table.
Metal garden chairs and a bistro table topped with Carrara marble give this dining nook the feel of a Paris cafe. Roman shades in a graphic, green and white lattice print tie in with the green fabric on the chair seats, bringing the outdoors in.
This black and white basement bar area features black herringbone tile walls, white upholstered tabletop bar stools, a round cafe table with black chairs and sectional seating, a white drum shade pendant light, and white floating shelves.
Designers used a wide range of materials to give this backyard a multi-dimensional feel. The space includes a gazebo, a patio, a deluxe outdoor kitchen. Guests can wander through the garden beside the stream or pull up a chair at the cafe table.
The light-filled breakfast nook in this modern-Victorian kitchen features a playful mix of bentwood chairs that evoke the mood of a Parisian sidewalk cafe and a built-in, space-saving, farmhouse-style bench. The table combines styles, too, with a modern pedestal base and a reclaimed wood and industrial metal top. The oversized pendant fixture adds drama and its own industrial flair.
Part of Sandy Springs' cultural renaissance, this 14-acre $229 million combination city hall and performing arts center is being posited as a jewel in the city's arts crown. Visitors can enjoy a black box theater, an 1,100 seat auditorium and a lineup of lectures, music and performances as well as a city green with outdoor concerts and performances. Even cuter, City Springs boasts a very Southern "porch" entrance complete with rocking chairs, not something you see at a city hall in every city. A mixed-use development of apartments, restaurants and boutiques rings City Springs for plenty of pre- and post-concert offerings including another location of the French-style patisserie Cafe Vendome.