The dining area seats six at the elegant, stylish Midcentury Modern table with clear chairs that help the eye focus on the bolder details of the space such as the zebra print rug and the satin, turquoise curtain.
This minimalist dining room features ghost dining chairs arranged around an ivory dining table with a wood accent panel. Black and white table settings decorate the table and a linear glass chandelier hangs above. Natural wood panels cover one wall, while a blend of frosted and clear glass windows cover another.
A video game machine sits under the window next to the black and white table in this fun and stylish dining room. Clear chairs bland into the room and provide seating at either end of the game. A peak of the burgundy bench adds color to the section.
This black and white wall stripes create a bold background for this chic kitchen design. A corner L-shaped kelly green bench puts a vibrant pop of color in the room and works with the wall art above. Dark hardwood flooring allows the white elements to catch the light and shine in the design.
The owner of this house asked for a redesign that is classy and bright with lots of girly touches, so a sleek, white table was added to this space. The traditional chairs at each end of the table were covered with pink fabric to bring in the girly style that the homeowner was looking for, while the other, more traditional chairs were replaced with clear chairs. A classy, elegant chandelier hangs over the dining table for a special touch.
A modern white sofa and chairs surround a coffee table that sit atop clear glass floors offering a psychedelic view of the LED-lit wine cellar. White paneled walls and spare furnishings let the art and more unique aspects of the space take center stage.
A transparent dining table and chairs allows the floral pendant light and sleek wood cabinetry to stand out in the space. A white pendant light with a black floral pattern hangs above the dining table for a whimsical touch to this streamlined kitchen.
A clear lucite chair with a white fur seat feels funky and glamours against a classic cream vanity in this renovated bedroom. The cream upholstered chair adds extra seating while the neutral roman shade in a floral pattern keeps the feminine feel alive in the space.
White metal chairs are from West Elm. Blue powder coated custom tables are industrial, but not cold. Kim Lewis Designs wanted to keep the color casual and simple, but inviting. The green painted base on the bench wraps around to the other banquette and the counter, so the eye has a clear path of color to follow -- all on the same plane.
This open concept living room, dining room combination makes the most of the abundant natural light with a neutral palette. Clear chairs and a small metallic pedestal table provide the function of a dining space without blocking the view.
Pastel blue, yellow, pink, and green give a bright feel to this kitchen eating area. A beaded crystal chandelier hangs over an oval table. Clear chairs blend in with the rest of the kitchen and a corner shelf holds vintage photos.
One of the goals in the creation of this home's outdoor space was to make it as open as possible. To that end, designers used clear railings around the pool and deck and kept all the elements on a low scale.
To give this lake house's patio ultimate flexibility, the architect removed the outer wall of the existing porch and replaced it with a custom pergola frame. The roof is made of rotating louvers that can open up or shield the space. Clear vinyl walls can be added with the flip of a switch.
A toned-down color palette and clear glass accessories let all eyes focus on the view in this stunning dining room from HGTV Dream Home 2011 . Leather pneumatic chairs line the dining table in place of traditional dining chairs, making a bold statement.
In addition to having amazing taste, Henry also has an undeniable green thumb. The twin fiddle leaf fig trees (my all-time favorite interior plant) flanking the pair of white leather Eames lounges are the clear MVPs in this space. Believe it or not the case goods on the left were not all purchased together. Henry found them from multiple sources and was more pleased than anyone that the pieces came together so well. Here in his second floor home office, Henry finds comfort in the classic sectional facing the outdoors or on the upper level patio perfect for watching fireworks celebrations in downtown Atlanta.