In an open floor plan, where walls are not in place, make sure the flow of the room makes sense. A pair of small armchairs and ghost end table visually divide the living room from the dining area without completely blocking the line of sight. Ivory tufted ottomans next to the armchairs help define the sitting area beneath a gray drum shade chandelier.
This living room is decorated in a traditional style, from its floral cream-colored rug to its three oversized beige chairs. A Lucite coffee table is used to display a floral centerpiece, and above a white marble fireplace hangs a framed painting. A colonial-style door with wrought-iron hardware stands in the corner.
This stylish home office features a ghost console table decorate with books, a metallic picture frame and a stunning white orchid. A colorful painting hangs above the table, adding bold touch to the space.
A large round wood table sits at the center of this light green dining area. A transparent chandelier allows an unobstructed view of the light blue ceiling color. A bold war-themed painting in a gold frame displays traditional charm in the space.
In this eclectic living room, a red upholstered armchair with carved-wood trim sits beside a modern ghost table. The mix of styles, materials and textures is emphasizes by the zebra-print pillow, woven rug and bamboo blinds.
This modern home office features a sleek, lacquered white desk with a bold blue chair and metallic table lamp. A white orchid –– along with other decorative items –– sits atop a ghost console table, while a colorful painting hangs above, adding a bold touch.
A large painting that depicts a black and yellow design ties this living room together, which features other yellow and black accents, including a black and white sofa that has three yellow decorative pillows on it. A ghost coffee table is a mush-needed accessory that does not compete with the bold sofa design.
A rustic wooden table combined with iconic (and nearly invisible) Louis Ghost Chairs creates an interesting mix of textures in this penthouse dining room. Design by HGTV Star contestant Tylor Devereaux