This home office located within a bedroom features a small white desk paired with a black leather office chair. White beadboard covers the wall and closet, while a window seat provides a place for relaxing with a book.
This retro-style lounge area offers plenty of seating for entertaining. Wood paneling extends up the walls and covers the ceiling and features a contemporary light pendant. Brown leather arm chairs are paired with a large sectional couch which boasts a funky colorful pattern.
Architectural details, from the coved ceiling to the arched windows, make a dramatic impact in this living room's design. Centered on the fireplace, the warm, cozy seating area combines a classic sofa and leather armchair with contemporary black-and-white chairs.
A comma-shaped sofa is a genius seating solution in this apartment's slim home office, its curves a graceful note even sticking out into the room. The room's back wall has a customized leather covering with hand stitching.
With the plush leather seats and dim lighting, this theater room looks and feels like a real movie theater. Cove lighting on the ceiling gives off a softer glow than traditional pendants or other ceiling lights, making it perfect for a theater room.
The owners of this Atlanta townhome wanted a look that married their modern and steampunk style preferences. The steampunk look is especially prevalent in the eating nook, thanks to an ornate mirror frame that was painted black and a leather-covered love seat.
A long sectional covers a large corner in this family room, providing ample seating in the natural light of the large window. A mixture of patterned throw pillows helps the area rug in adding subtle pops of blue to the neutral space. A large, circular leather furniture piece doubles as both a coffee table and ottoman.
Designer Jo Ann Hartley selected a vibrant, rainbow-like rug to anchor the sophisticated third-floor lounge at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014. Orange leather seating punches through the more subtle taupe and gray tones that cover the walls and other furniture, while a blocked wall hanging above the sitting area adds a finishing touch.
A thick marble countertop with bold gray marbling covers the top of the eat-in bar space in this kitchen. Stylish barstools with wood backs and black leather seat cushions are lined at the bar facing the built in woodgrain cabinetry. A thin, vertical tile backsplash matches the marble colors and adds texture to the design.
After a few cocktails and plates of food, your guests will want to rest and take a seat. Proper seating is essential for any party. Don’t be afraid to pull your chairs from inside. These leather chairs are from my office and are comfortable and match the color scheme. If you are feeling adventurous, add a small couch or love seat from your living room to create distinct and comfortable seating options for your guests. If your chairs need protection, fabric covers are a solution that can upgrade your current pieces while also keeping them clean while outdoors.
The all white design of this bathroom gives it a pristine and bright look. Polished modern countertop frames the vanity covering sleek white cabinetry. A large sink with double faucet is placed under twin mirrors and mounted sconces. An elegant vanity stool features a decorative gold bottom with white leather seat cushion.
Homeowners wanted a functional, yet stylish living room that connected with the style of the rest of their 1920s Spanish home, but had a more modern and whimsical feel, so designers added a sectional sofa to provide plenty of seating. Then, they brought in an ottoman that serves a dual purpose-a coffee table and extra seating. This piece is covered in lime green faux leather, which adds a splash of bold color, while creates a surface that is easily wipeable-perfect for a home with a teenage boy.
As seen on Rock the Block, HGTV star Jasmine Roth created a bright space for a dining room next to a custom-built island covered with Dolomite marble and Northern California Dark Walnut with seating for eight, to transform the kitchen and dining area of her house and “rock” it to the highest increase in market value to win season one of Rock The Block.
A cool, exposed-bulb light fixture, leather dining chairs, and vertical wall planters combine to create a bright, relaxed dining space in Jasmine's California casual style home.