Oversized pillows do the obvious work of cushioning metal outdoor dining chairs, but they also can disguise wear and tear. Designer Monica Stewart, who owns The Misfit House in Athens, Ga., positioned these strategically to cover up scuff marks on chairs. If you’re on a covered porch, you can even grab indoor pillows to spruce up a space for an evening of entertaining and then bring them back inside.
This beautiful display cabinet with cast bronze hardware houses the homeowner's collection of blown glass from around the world. The designer likes the juxtaposition of different materials, seen here with the weathered bronze metal and the sleek colorful glass.
The bright entryway of this modern living room features a bold painting. The sharp edges and reflective metal of the console table are offset by two square ottomans covered in deep blue velvet. featuring sharp edges and reflective metal are offset by deep blue velvet.
A large medallion art piece stands out against the white walls on this Asian-style dining area. Bright red bench seating and a blue and white porcelain vase add pops of color to the space, while a modern wood dining table creates a perfect spot for enjoying meals.
Navy walls provide a beautiful contrast to the bright white of the long desk and and cabinet. A metal "Chicago" sign is highlighted as the only wall decor. Metal tabletop details compliment the sign, and vases of flowers create a smart mix of styles. Black chairs create a sleek office look and tie in the black on the leopard print rug.