This game table area is a great spot to sit and play cards with the family or catch up on work. The window seat is perfect for when someone wants to relax and enjoy the view of the city. The chair fabric matches the window seat cushion to create a cohesive look in the corner of the room. The pillow fabric also matches the custom lampshade.
A pedestal table set in front of a large window makes the most of the natural light in this room and turns a corner into an intimate dining space. A gold yellow pendant light pops against the dark gray walls.
This bedroom features a rust orange and soft pink color palette with traditional bed linens and modern touches, like the sleek white bedside tables. A window-covered corner of the room provides ample natural light, illuminating a small desk area for reading or working.
When they're not entertaining guests, the owners can use this corner of the living room to teach their kiddos to play piano. A big bay window with printed curtains pulled open offers a glimpse of the backyard and fills the space with even more natural light.
A guest house on this eight-acre Camano Island, Washington, property features an open-concept kitchen and living space wrapped with windows that offer a sweeping waterfront view. A petite, but functional kitchen is tucked into one corner of the space, and a modern breakfast nook rests next to a fun and whimsical conversation area with lipstick red leather chairs and a graphic rug.
Guests will feel right at home in this bedroom thanks to a queen-sized bed, window seat and cushioned chair in the corner. A woven headboard and patterned dresser add a slight boho touch to the space and make it seem even more comfortable.
Dark colors, especially bold tones such as midnight blue, can be intimidating to most homeowners. A trick in using dark colors successfully — without causing a room to feel cavernous — is to introduce reflective surfaces wherever possible. This iron cigarette table used in the bedroom's reading corner helps bounce natural light from the windows around the room.
Nestled in the corner, this charming office nook is a great at-home workspace with a built-in desk and cabinets above to store all of your office essentials. A nearby window seat offers a place to enjoy a break from the work day.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, Sarah nestled a cozy breakfast nook into a corner of this home's contemporary kitchen. Situated next to a bright bay window, the nook features banquette seating, a marble table top and plush pillows in complementary pops of red and white.
This house was built in 1872 by a prolific builder named Edward Mayberry. It's got the standard Victorian details – Italianate style, colonnettes and quoins at the sides and corners of the windows, segmented arch windows. Its design is a bit simpler than those built and decorated later, when those ornaments were more readily available in San Francisco.
A large blue sofa turns the corner in this deep navy living room. Alternating neutral and blue pillows line the sofa for a checkerboard effect. A blue-and-white spotted rug complements the color scheme, and an acrylic-topped wood coffee table catches light from the window.
This neutral master bathroom includes a freestanding bathtub flanked by dark brown wooden vanities with vintage mirrors. The glass enclosed corner shower boasts neutral tiles, while large gray rectangular tiles cover the floor. A louver window paired with recessed lighting keeps the space light and bright.
This transitional corner breakfast nook showcases wallpaper with geometric designs paired with white wainscoting and a window with a white roman shade. A minimalist brass pendant light with exposed bulbs hangs above the modern white table with two dark chairs and a green vinyl-covered cushioned bench seat with colorful pillows.
Shimmer and metallics bring presence to this traditional, oceanside master bedroom. The homeowner requested remote-controlled shades to control the level of light entering this third floor space with a full wall of windows. Iridescent tile creates a focal point out of the fireplace, while a comfy chair and ottoman in a light-filled corner creates a cozy spot for reading. Custom quartz lamps adorn the bedside tables.
In the master bedroom, the forest wallpaper creates an accent wall in the space, while simple, solid color bed linens bring in the colors of the outdoors. In the corner of the space, designers tucked a sitting area in front of a large window. Finally, a chandelier completes the space.
The Sharps found that this round Tom Dixon table worked far better in this corner of their living room than a bar cart and make the unconventional but striking choice to hang a piece of art in front of the glass window to dramatic effect.
Crisp white walls and neutral furnishings pair together for a refreshingly clean look in this living room. A large mirror tilted on one wall and an adjacent picture window ensure plenty of light floods the space. In the corner of the room, a large houseplant adds fresh color to the palette.