This sleek black bar makes for a chic spot to shake and stir the cocktails while guests keep you company seated on the contemporary barstools. Distressed, pillowed-edge American Walnut flooring is on display here and throughout the apartment.
A new piece of furniture that fit into the $500 budget was a rattan stool, which was a steal for $6 at a Goodwill thrift shop. The stool also subs for the matching ottoman, which designer Heather Hogan Roberts moved into an office area.
When it comes to decorating her home, Cindy loves mixing old and new pieces. Throughout the home, she pairs contemporary furniture with Moroccan throw rugs, glitzy antiques and, of course, plenty of toys for her twins, Zoe and Jesse.
An open living area is made cozier with the addition of a neutral rug and cozy white daybed with views of New York City's Lower East Side. Moroccan elements such as the Ikat fabric pillows and traditional pouf add a pop of color visual interest to the otherwise neutral space.
The Masserall's new brealfast nook was completely transformed on HGTV's Fixer Upper with bench seating, shiplap walls and a large wooden table. A metal basket containing glass mason jars and flowers creates the perfect table centerpiece for the country style design. Wood plate holders and textured throw pillows add the finishing touches.
Old knit sweaters and men's flannel shirts that have been retired from your wardrobe can be given new life again as throw pillows. This trio of repurposed apparel includes a cable-knit sweater as well as a pinstriped button-up and a woodsy plaid flannel.
The updated front porch at the Summit Avenue mansion, as seen on DIY Network's Rehab Addict. Nicole Curtis, uses a mix of old and new to stage the home. She updated the previous owners patio set with fresh throw pillows.
The living room at the front of Dennis Gupta and Marie Amato's current home in Valhalla, New York, is modern and sophisticated with size-appropriate furniture, classic curtains and a patterned area rug. A multi-layered glass coffee table provides storage with a low profile.
A corner suite designed by BAMO at The New York Palace Hotel features a comfortable sectional sofa with nailhead detail. The Greek key pattern of the sofa trim is echoed in the design of the rug, while the warm chevron pattern and rust-colored accents provide additional dimensions of color.
After a renovation, what had been a formal dining room is now staged as a casual sitting area that opens onto the back deck of this New York home. A sectional sofa and and ottoman provide plentiful seating for guests. The neutral pieces are lived with rich orange accents.