A lush centerpiece and decorative place settings fill the natural wood dining table. The spherical shrubs feature a dark green coloring while folded napkins add a lighter shade. Gold details in the centerpiece and the runner give a shine to the table. Tufted dining chairs with nailhead trim are a sophisticated touch to polish off the refined design.
As seen on season 1 of Tiny Luxury, this tiny home kitchen features butcher block countertops, high gloss cabinets, stainless steel appliances and a sleek stainless steel backsplash. As an added bonus a spice rack folds down into a dining table with added storage for kitchen appliances.
Bi-folding doors open right to the backyard, creating an effortless transition from the kitchen to an outdoor dining area. Here, a large blue umbrella offers shade from the sun, while five chairs and a cushioned bench make room for everyone at the table.
Modern and comfortable, this living room features a cozy seating area warmed by long narrow fireplace. On warmer days and nights, an accordion glass door folds back to connect the space to a patio with a large dining table.
One glance at this blue-green sitting area is like taking a step into a Mediterranean oasis. Complete with plush blue ottomans, an ornate bench with a white cushion and leather embossed folding chair, the room also features a chess table with two chairs.
The 13-foot-wide kitchen in this small home does double duty: It's both the laundry room and the cook space. A clever custom table attached to the island creates family dining space and a surface for folding clothes.
A wood paneled dining room with a traditional chandelier and bronze folding doors provide indoor and outdoor access. This one-of-a-kind La Jolla home dining space features a wooden dining table with eight wooden chairs, each with a beautiful outdoor view of the nearby swimming pool.
The updated layout of this kitchen includes a desk area and a concealed laundry space with front-loading washer and dryer, on the right. The countertop above the units can serve as folding space or as a buffet table during parties.
An open plan kitchen moves seamlessly into this stylish dining room where a wood table and handsome brown leather dining chairs serve as a neutral backdrop for the forest green rug and sculptures. Overhead, the swoops and folds of the pendant light hover gracefully like a cloud.
The magic of this family room comes from the accents: Rich jewel tones in the pillows and artwork, a blue-gray coffee table. Overhead, a light fixture loops and folds in on itself, bringing movement and texture to the space.
Sleek wooden chairs with simple white upholstery create a seating area at the potting station. When the project is done the table can fold up nicely and the chairs provide a place to relax and watch the game on the large flat screen television.
A skylight and 12-foot accordion bi-fold door let plenty of natural light in, while the doors also show off a view of the beautiful backyard from this airy living room. A contemporary blue sectional pairs nicely with the more rustic TV console, as well as the industrial-style coffee table.
A soft and shaggy rug in the living area of HGTV Dream Home 2010 begs guests to push coffee tables aside and recline. The green sectional sofa is equipped with a fold-out bed, should weekend guests exceed bedrooms.
At your holiday open house, keep guests engaged and encourage mingling by planning an activity. Set up a holiday card-making station on a simple fold out or console table. Carry the menswear decor theme to the station by adding coordinating elements.
If you don't have a dresser or need extra storage for folded clothes, fabric baskets in various sizes are great for customizing your closet. You can stack them vertically or horizontally to hold extra t-shirts, workout clothes, delicates, socks and more.
In this guest bedroom, a white platform bed is on display in front of a decorative folding screen. A blend of quilted finishes, gray linens and nestling tables are full of character and romantic charm.
Place the square face up on the table. Put one rectangle face down over the square with the folded edge in the center of the square and the left edges lined up. Put the other rectangle face down over the first with the folded edge in the middle of the square and the right edge lined up with the right edge of the square.