A vibrant green chair brightens this neutral guest bedroom. The art deco-inspired space features striped wallpaper, an eye-catching black dresser and a large round mirror, which creates the illusion of a larger room.
Pretty green dining chairs are a fun dose of color in this sleek all-white kitchen. Placed right in front of doors leading outside, they're also an easy way to pick up the colors of the plants and trees.
While wooden and metal chairs are the easiest to clean, they’re not the most comfortable. An excellent alternative to wood and metal is an upholstered Louis XVI chair. Known for its fluted legs, square back and timeless style, this French piece works in modern and traditional settings. Linen and cotton upholstery options are great for spaces with active kids; however, leather and vinyl styles are the most kid-proof and easy to clean.
A fresh coat of paint works wonders on this historic home, instantly brightening the 1870s interior and making it look more modern. Using the white walls as a canvas, the designers then introduced splashes of color via the bright red art in the foyer and a pink sofa, green chairs and blue area rug in the living room.
This music room has a high, blue coffered ceiling as well as built-in storage space for instruments and music. Green leather armchairs offer space for enjoying a performance or studying notes, and a black piano dominates the space as the central focal point.
Custom black French doors with wide glass panels open into this music room, which features ample built-in shelving for instruments, sheet music and decorative accessories. A creative chandelier works with the abundant windows to provide adequate lighting. Green leather armchairs and a black upright piano complete the scene.
This stylish room was designed on a budget with a few high-end upgrades. A pair of leather wingback chairs and layered window treatments give the air of a formal living room, while a contemporary sofa has a more relaxed feel.