Chairs with different styles and prints unite because of a shared color palette to give this gray dining room personality. The black dining table rests atop a sisal rug, while a metallic chandelier descends from the ceiling above.
Part of the charm in a true farmhouse is the way old pieces are given new life or new purpose. You can bring cozy comfort to an old table with a fresh coat of chalk paint. Pair with mixed-and-matched chairs, and then top the table with a jar filled with fresh flowers to complete your farmhouse look.
Mixing and matching seating is a clever way to add creative flair to a workspace. Any time you're mixing seating styles, also be sure to consider the textural value of each piece. While the midcentury-modern molded plywood chairs add shape and color, the woven wicker chairs add rich texture.
A mix-and-match dining set anchors this eclectic dining room featured on HGTV's Design Star All Stars. White curtains pair with striped walls, while an understated area rug works with the neutral chairs.
Already set for a big dinner, this large back porch houses a mixture of seating: vintage metal chairs, white plastic chairs, a canvas directors chair, an old wooden Windsor-style chair and a pair of Adirondack chairs. Designer Tip: You don't have to buy a set of all matching furniture. Mix it up and take the indoors out; it can always come back in.
Mixing and matching rattan peacock chairs with more subtle folding chairs in this outdoor dining area creates a dramatic yet natural place for your next dinner party. Sea green and white color blocked curtains enhance the relaxing atmosphere while the geometric chandelier feels unique and modern.
Mixing up the colors of a matching set in bright sherbet hues, as seen with this bistro table and chairs, works particularly well in a verdant outdoor setting. The heart-shaped chairs are sweet reminders of yesteryear, and the small round table can serve for a romantic dinner in the garden.
Gray, white and gold are the building blocks of the living room's color palette. From there, the designers have some fun, mixing and matching light pillows on dark chairs, dark pillows on light sofas. The rug includes all the shades and pulls the look together.
Layering rugs means you don't have to get one giant one and you can mix and match styles. In this large living room, a colorblock rug fills up most of the floor space; an animal skin rug brings a rustic touch underneath a lounge chair.
A white coffered ceiling stretches from the dining room to a spacious white kitchen. A wall of windows allows natural light to flow throughout both spaces. Patterned wallpaper and a mix-matched dining table and chairs add color and character to the space.
This room is the perfect size for a cozy and comfortable sitting area. A lavender sofa sits under the window surrounded by matching table lamps for a mix of natural and artificial light. Opposite the sofa, two wood chairs are upholstered with mustard yellow seat cushions. The chair backs are given a fun detail with chalkboard panels perfect for personal touches and entertainment.
This country dining setting features a farmhouse table with black Windsor chairs and bench to give the space a more causal feel. Green-and-white-pattern cushions pad the seats with matching throw pillows on the bench. Neutral pillows are mixed in complementing the distressed wooden table and neutral rug.