This metal and leather chair is a quirky seating option in a neutral game room featured on HGTV's Buying and Selling. A geometric black bookcase and turtle shell lamp are eclectic accents below a mounted TV.
As a nod to the home's coastal location in Palmetto Bay, Fla., the designers outfitted this kitchen with bright blue cabinets. A large island with a deep sink and built-in shelving centers the space, while a marble-topped table with four chairs makes room for guests.
In this modern bedroom, a leather bed frame, two leather chairs and an oversize wooden floor lamp create a sense of cool masculinity. A desk in the nearby hallway creates a separate designated work space.
This stylish dining room features a table from the homeowner's mother that was refinished to fit the modern look of the space. White leather chairs are positioned around the table, while a rectangular crystal chandelier hangs above. A framed photo of a tree with red leaves adds a pop of color.
Because the home's floor plan is so open, the designers used a large gray area rug to define the living room. They then layered on a tufted leather sofa and two crushed velvet chairs to provide some stylish seating around the acrylic coffee table.
An elegant round table and white leather chairs create a small but elegant dining area in this condo's great room. The space is finished with a custom chandelier made with quartz crystal clusters in varied lengths.
A dedicated sports viewing area boasts curved, modern leather chairs that hug the body for ultra-comfortable lounging. Dark wood trim and a chandelier with shades give the space a distinct Craftsman look. Sliding glass doors let in natural light to brighten this lower level game room.
This modern dining room features black textured wallpaper with black and white modern art and area rug, a contemporary wood dining table paired with leather dining chairs, and a tray ceiling with a midcentury modern glass and gold light fixture.
Using wood slats as a wall on the porch adds a modern texture and provides a natural surface for plants and vines to climb. Creating a natural privacy wall with potted plants is a simple, sleek addition to a front porch that can grow with the home over time.