The downstairs dining room of this Point Lorna, California, villa home capitalizes on its high ceilings with the use of tall budding branches which tower above a round aqua blue glass dining table. Cushioned dining chairs feature woven seat backs which complement the texture of the space's architectural details including the stair's railing, stone wall trimming, and an earth toned stone pillar.
A large off-white entertainment center frames the television and provides open, glass door and closed cabinet storage. A subtly patterned area rug, painted contemporary coffee table and soft sectional create a timeless sitting area design.
Curved staircases flank the wide, high-ceilinged foyer of this contemporary lakeside home. Modern lighting is both casual and elegant, and a center table gives a nod at tradition while complementing the home's overall contemporary design.
A contemporary center table highlights the curves of this contemporary entryway. Soft, neutral hues dominate the space, which is layered with accessories and special touches that add visual interest. Modern sconces echo the lines in the modern stair rails.
This great hall is divided from the entry by thin veils of sheer linen panels for more intimacy while leaving the historic home's original architecture intact. A gilded nineteenth-century eagle bookstand greets visitors on the washed-oak center table.
Curves rule the day in this elegant Washington foyer, from the curved walls to the engaged columns to the petite center table and crescent-shaped bench. The scrolled design in the wrought iron balcony rails is echoed in the double front doors.
A special resting place was created in a second floor hallway that leads to an outdoor balcony overlooking this Houston estate. Oversized chairs, a wood pedestal center table, brass side tables and abstract artwork complement the antique wool area rug and custom draperies in a pink Ikat print.
This home workspace features all the amenities needed for an art studio, including a sink and ample natural light. A long countertop provides additional workspace, while a center table creates a great spot for completing all types of craft projects. Blue tile gives a nod to the home's waterfront locale.
Just off the living room, the homeowner had an adjacent, empty room that she wanted converted into a library, so designers created a space that blends perfectly with the living room. The center table in the living room doubles as a place to rest books, and she can bring the ottomans from the library into the when she needs extra seating.