White beams create a decorate ceiling over this stylish dining room. Open floor space surrounding the dining set up gives a spacious feel to the room accented by the sliding glass doors opening out to the expansive outdoor view. One side of the wood table is fixed with bench seating while upholstered gray chairs cover the remaining sides.
Wood sections create a unique coffered look over this large study. A full-wall built in bookshelf frames the desk with mint green leather office chair. Light tan leather chairs surround a table for extra work space or game playing. A brown leather sofa set against the large sliding glass door faces out to the open room.
Bold pops of color define this sleek living space. A round zebra-print rug, red curtains, turquoise wall inset, and yellow bolster pillows add interest while a white tile wall and floors and glass nesting coffee tables keep the room looking clean and tidy.
Two-toned walls set the tone for the gray and white color scheme of this living room. A graphic area rug and classic curtains bring a beautiful pattern pairing to compliment the solid neutral sofa and solid gray chairs. A layered glass coffee table keeps the center of the rug looking light while adding easily adjustable storage.
This inviting dining area, designed by Jackson Paige Interiors, preserves a tone-on-tone color palette, yet its furnishings suggest a coastal edge to a contemporary approach. The focal points of the room are the modern-style fringe chandelier in dark brown glass that adds drama and depth and the large green floral arrangement set off center on the table.
Using white through the room emphasizes the spacious design of the kitchen. Two sections of cherry-stained cocoa cabinets draw the eye to the far wall of the room and a bold contrast of color. A glass dining table and white leather chairs are fixed under a stainless steel chandelier with crystal fringe for a stylish eat-in set up.
A pair of skylights and large windows let natural light brighten the sleek wood finishes in this dining room. Leather chairs and a sturdy wood table create an organized and sophisticated dining set up. Track lighting highlights a built in china cabinet with glass doors. Wood beams create a deep coffered ceiling overhead. A sage green rug subtly ties the room into the surrounding grass and courtyard.
Setting the table with vintage dishes and glassware makes even an everyday meal feel like a special occasion. However, unless you inherited them, buying a complete set can be pricey. Fear not, mismatched tableware is super budget-friendly — scour local flea markets, thrift shops and estate sales to pick up orphaned glasses and plates in rainbow shades to create your own colorful collection.
A bight red, orange and yellow stained glass figure hangs above this sitting room for a bold, eye catching conversation piece. Below it the dark color scheme of the room creates a soothing, lounge environment, a nice contrast to the bright connected room. Black leather chairs with diamond pattern finish face into a coffee table with a full bar set up on the wall behind them.
The white tub on a red stand is a versatile outdoor item that Beth Johnson of B Interiors found at a sample sale. Use it as a drink cooler, toy holder, planter or container for garden supplies, for just a few ideas. Also, Johnson says melamine plates, which come in various shapes and patterns, are a budget-conscious buy for a vibrant patio table. You can find 12-piece sets for about $50. This table setting also includes vintage juice glasses from a thrift shop.
This stylish living room boasts two navy sectional sofas paired with a set of white and black polka dot armchairs. The wood burning fireplace offers a cozy touch, while two glass lamps sit atop a pair of console tables on either side of the sofas. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide a picturesque view of the mountains.
Setting up food and drink stations allows guests to serve themselves, reducing your workload as a host. Portable foldout tables set against the wall and covered with fabric look elegant and are sturdy enough to hold the weight of glass containers food and beverages. For the beverage station, provide a bottle of your favorite sparkling wine along with pitchers of juice for mixing.
In their New York offices, Pereira & O'Dell have made the most of their limited space. To the left, individual work stations for staffers are lined up in front of the conference room that is set apart by glass paneled walls, aiding in the modern feel of the space. In the back of the space, a kitchenette, complete with tables and chairs for the staffers to enjoy their lunches, is nestled to provide a space for preparation and storage of food.
The design goal in the family room was to maximize seating using stylish and comfortable pieces, so designers set up the main seating area with a custom, gray velvet sofa, a pair of velvet, pin-stripe wingback chairs and a par of wood framed swivel chairs. For a punch of pattern, they layered a zebra print cowhide rug under a brass and glass cocktail table, while a rectangular Swarovski crystal chandelier brings glam into the space without blocking the view of the city below. Finally, an element of art was added to the large TV wall with metallic gold and silver discs that perfectly finish off the design of the room.