Low-maintenance Panton chairs and washable slipcovered host chairs are perfect for a family with active children. The sleek white Panton chairs also make a mod statement in this transitional dining space.
Two leather host and hostess armchairs flank each side of the flat screen television in the living room and can be transferred into the dining room for larger dinner parties. “The reason we put the host and hostess chairs in the living room under the big screen TV is for traffic flow. It makes the space more open and it’s not as crowded and confusing. I think that’s really important when you’re doing dining rooms that you really want that sense that it’s cleaned up, it’s neater and it’s tidier, especially when we are in this open floor plan,” says interior designer Linda Woodrum.
With an outdoor kitchen, bar and grill, this modern backyard is ready for hosting a crowd. Sliding glass doors encourage cool breezes to filter inside, while plush sofas and chairs keep guests comfortable.
A long table and six chairs give the owners plenty of room to host family-style dinners. The little ones will love the colorful prints on the walls, which perfectly complement the pink and blue area rug.
A backyard is at its best when it can host al fresco dinner parties. As seen on HGTV’s House Hunters Renovation, this backyard features
a new Amazonia Valerie 11-pc wood & Wicker Double Extendable Dining Set provided by Overstock.com.
A floral-printed host chair sits at the head of this traditional dining room's table complementing the floral lamps and a circular chandelier above. The milky gray backsplash of the small bar area draws the eye into this room.
Bring rustic charm to your outdoor space with distressed metal furniture. The Outdoor Room host Jamie Durie added a distressed bright blue cafe table and chairs to enhance the Old Mexico-style backyard.
HGTV Fixer Upper host Joanna Gaines turned the once bland laundry room into a colorful and inspiring craft room for the homeowner and her daughters. Three vintage chairs pull up to a large craft table made from an old pocket door.
This outdoor space rests on the roof deck of a historic Chicago building on Lake Shore Drive. The space features blue-cushioned lounge chairs, colorful planters and an outdoor bar area. Overlooking a gorgeous view, this deck is perfect for hosting parties and entertaining.
The living room area and the patio of the Wrobel home become one space with wall to wall glass doors, and have a new, fresh mid-century feel after host Christina Anstead's renovation, as seen on Christina on the Coast.