In the sitting room, designers added additional seating with two chairs that are a Midcentury Modern take on the traditional wingback chair. Then, they added a fun, geometric patterned jade-green pillow for a pop of color and personality.
Designer Amy Elbaum selected a modern-styled wingback chair in navy blue to place in the corner of the living room in this apartment redesign. Not only is the chair comfortable, but it also displays great style against the urban skyline out the window. The furry white pillow provides a whimsical touch.
Transitional design is best described as a mix of modern and traditional and it tends to work well with many other styles. The wingback chair used in the bedroom is upholstered in pinstripe wool and adorned with antique brass nail heads. The clean lines of the fabric give the otherwise traditional piece of furniture a clean, modern-day update.
This chic loft features an open layout, connecting the kitchen, dining room and living room. A rich wood dining table and bench lend warmth to the dining area, while bold orange chairs energize the space.
A charcoal gray sectional provides the perfect spot for relaxation in this chic lounge area. Large windows and sliding glass doors keep the space illuminated with plenty of natural light, and a vibrant orange chair adds a bold splash of color.
This bedroom, as seen on HGTV Design Star, has a colorful personality with bright tangerine walls. Multicolor bed linens peek out from below white comforters to add more color and contrast to the space. Two modern rocking chairs provide relaxing seating by the fireplace. One of Bret Ritter's contributions to the room is a graphic wall hanging that says "Relax" above the fireplace. While the piece ties in the wooden shelves around the room, the judges are not impressed with the unfinished artwork.
The white side table and flokati rug balance out the bold colors used in this sophisticated room designed for a teen. A wingback chair with curvy lines and subtle houndstooth upholstery is a traditional counterpoint to the modern accents and paisley wallpaper.
Instead of one long table, designers used two large round ones in this home's open concept dining area. Up to 16 guests can be seated in the airy, remarkable space; orange dining chairs make it come alive with color.
The new open dining room with a barn door leading to a giant pantry and leading into a giant kitchen in the midcentury modern home that Aubrey designed and renovated with her husband Bristol, as seen on Flip or Flop Vegas.