A bold-patterned black and white area rug defines this retro space. Modern swivel chairs with bright yellow seat cushions add a pop of color to the space, and cone-shaped wood pendant lighting illuminates a simple modern dining table.
The mix of end tables keeps things interesting in this living room. Here, an oval-shaped end table with a mirrored top features a decorative bowl with green filler that ties in with the green design in the nearby chair.
Two cube-shaped end tables feature an eclectic blend of stone. To add to the mix of textures, Leanne Ford includes a palm leaf, a globe-shaped table lamp and a ceramic bowl. The backdrop? Board and batten paneling, as seen on HGTV's Restored by the Fords.
This breakfast area was intended to be a casual, comfortable space for the family. The table is reclaimed wood. Yellow end chairs are sunny, cheerful and a fun pairing with the triangle-shaped light fixture.
Hints of rustic style are seamlessly incorporated into a more modern space in this dining room. The wood dining table would look right at home on the farm, but it meshes surprisingly beautifully with the nailhead trim blue velvet chairs, mirrored end table and globe-shaped chandelier.
The media room offers style and comfort. A brown leather armchair with nailhead trim pairs with a metal c-shaped end table and leather ottoman and feels extra cozy sitting next to the large stone fireplace.
Walk along this curtain-filled entryway with hardwood flooring and exposed ceiling pipe. Furniture in varying heights is spaced out along the hallway, ending with a tall stand holding a porcelain vase. The circular brass table displays a uniquely shaped candlestick and decorations.
A closer look at the end table reveals a fun find: a gold vase shaped like three hands turned down. When matched with an antique lamp, the vignette feels avant-garde and true to Los Angeles' unexpected style.
The designers cleverly turned the tail end of the large formal living room into a cozy reading nook with the addition of a sofa and oval-shaped coffee table. The ceiling lifts higher above the space, allowing for larger windows and more natural light.
This midcentury modern living room adds depth to its neutral palette with a graphic print rug and a mix of unique textures and shapes, like the multifaceted end tables, glass coffee table and low-hung pendants.