This simple traditional dining room is covered in natural light thanks to the large bay window and french door. A banquette offers plenty of seating, while storage stools function both as seating and storage.
This bay window provides the perfect spot for a versatile dining area. A velvet-covered banquette gives kids a place to pile in, while stools and a chair can be arranged in infinite variations depending on the crowd.
Brilliant fall foliage inspired the bright yellow hue of the leather upholstery that covers a series of bar stools in the open concept kitchen of the 2014 HGTV Dream Home. They cozy up to a granite waterfall island that's nearly 16 feet long.
When designing your living room, pull in an eclectic mix of seating options to add flair and flavor. Here, designer Nathan Fischer incorporated a white ceramic garden stool, animal print-covered ottoman and two small stools by the fireplace to create the perfect conversational gathering space. These small seating options can easily be moved around and repositioned to create the perfect arrangement for any situation.
Prop up container plants on unexpected items, such as an old three-legged stool, to add height to a tabletop display. Although these plants are in the covered indoor space, the floral display could be moved to the balcony as well.
The foyer is the first chance any home has to show off its unique style, and designer Claire Paquin takes full advantage of the opportunity. Walls are covered in a delicate floral pattern that gets contemporary zip from a purple console table and two striped stools.
Recessed lighting and a vaulted ceiling keep this open concept kitchen looking light and bright. Neutral tiles cover the walls, while two glass pendant lights hang from the ceiling. White leather stools are positioned at the kitchen counter peninsula, creating the perfect spot for casual dining.
White cabinets work perfectly with blue details in this cottage kitchen. Mixed blue and yellow square tiles cover the floor and compliment the light blue island and small tiled wall decor. The kitchen is finished with stainless steel bar stools, pendant lights and appliances.
This backyard makeover from DIYNetwork's Yard Crashers is a multi-purpose space with a wooden pergola covering an entertaining space with a retro metal dining set. Further in to the yard, a custom bar with wooden bar stools overloooks a water feature and small garden bed.
To make a big farmhouse statement in your kitchen, use old wood in places where you might otherwise use drywall or new trim and molding. In this rustic kitchen, the bar or island is covered in reclaimed wood, selected by Athens Building Co. Rustic stools complete the effect.
This light green kitchen features exposed beam ceilings paired with a blend of medium grain and dark wood cabinetry. The open floor plan allows for easy transition between the kitchen and dining spaces, as well as a bar area with black wooden bar stools. Earth-toned slate tiles cover the floor.
A wall covered in chalkboard paint creates a place for the family to jot notes or doodle in this contemporary family-friendly kitchen. Gray quartz countertops, concrete floors and bar stools add to the industrial feel of the space, while white cabinets and pendant light fixtures add pops of color and texture.