Hand-painted pinstripes and removable wallpaper on one accent wall add instant style to this small rented studio on Manhattan's Upper West Side. A West Elm Henry sofa comes alive with pillows that feature bold brushstrokes of magenta, and a feather Juju hangs above as a whimsical touch. A Blu Dot for Target console table does triple duty as a vanity, workspace and dining table.
Instead of a traditional coffee table, this living room is actually anchored by four small side tables. These pieces can be moved around the room as needed, and so they give the owners more flexibility in their arrangement.
Because this space is a rental, LABLstudio used removable wallpaper as a wallcovering. Hand-painted, watercolor pinstripes adorn remaining walls, continuing the gray and cream color palette. To save money, the designer painted the client’s existing bed a high-gloss gray and hung a shelf above to serve in place of a bedside table.
This space was all about finding storage solutions for a couple moving into a small space. Two sheepskin stools kept beneath the console table provide extra seating for entertaining guests. The Lucite table helps to visually expand without overwhelming the space.
To maximize the seating in the eating nook in this kitchen, designers installed unique benches that surround the circular table. These benches can be moved and rearranged when the homeowners desire, creating a customizable space.
To brighten the space, designers removed the interior windows and doors that surrounded the living room. White furnishings, interesting lamps and a sofa table create a light, relaxing space with great views of the bay.
This dining room uses beautiful blue-gray chairs to bring out the pattern and rich colors of the nearby curtains. The table itself has farmhouse friendliness, easy to move in a casual or more formal direction.
Start the dinner party around the rustic reclaimed-wood table, then move into the living room for after-dinner drinks. A nailhead-trimmed upholstered stool acts as an impromptu extra dining chair and storage.
This cozy breakfast nook features a beadboard accent wall and bright, eye-catching artwork. To make the room feel more spacious, a leaf from the original table was removed and new, smaller chairs were added.