A light gray stone wall provides a stunning backdrop for a distressed blue console table. Colorful abstract art hangs above the table, which is accessorized with weathered topiaries and candlesticks. Worn pottery sits below the tabletop decor to complement the brightly colored wall art.
End tables with metal legs are an excellent choice for rooms occupied by pets, especially teething puppies. For a kid-friendly touch, stick with rounded tables. Without the sharp corners found in square or rectangular tables, round tables are safer for kids to play around.
Every detail in this transitional living room was chosen with care, including the metal side table. With its matte finish and clean lines, the piece complements both the caged chandelier and the contemporary coffee table, thereby tying the space together.
There's no way to look past the eye-catching art at the heart of this dining room. The piece brings color and vibrancy to an otherwise-neutral design scheme. Industrial-style barn doors and lockers bookend either side of the space; each is utilitarian and art in and of itself. Using stools for dining chairs means more seating space: It's easier to cram more of them under a table, as they tend to be smaller than traditional chairs.
A framed vintage octopus print keeps watch over this white side table on which are a pair of delicate metal lamps and carefully preserved beach finds. Underneath the table, the texture of a seagrass basket provides contrasts to the gleam of smooth hardwood floors.
Dark grey paint adds drama in this living room by HGTV's Property Brothers. The large metal storage unit resembles an old set of lockers, which brings a rustic, industrial feel. Two vintage side chairs upholstered in bright blue fabric break up the space, and the star-shaped lighting installation helps the room feel warm and inviting.