A simple sleek console table gets transformed into a desk with the addition of two stools that neatly tuck underneath when they're not needed. Their cherry red seats draw out the red in the large painting on the wall.
In the nook between this home's kitchen and living room, the designers painted the walls and the ceiling dark gray to give more of a bright and open feeling when entering into the other spaces which are white.
Fire engine red accents jazz up this sleek black-and-white bathroom with a double vanity in the HGTV Green Home 2012. A black tile backsplash behind the mirrors is both eye-catching and easy to clean. The 82-inch-long vanity is topped with polished recycled-glass-embedded concrete, a terrazzo blend material manufactured in Atlanta.
Go bold with color. In this custom kitchen by Atlanta’s Terracotta Design Build, the red stools were not budget-busters but gave the space an Americana style when paired with the blue island. “If you take out those stools and paint the island white, it would be a totally different kitchen,” says Ili Hidalgo-Nilsson, architect and designer.
This open plan kitchen features a spacious kitchen island with brown wood cabinets and a white stone countertop. Red and gray metal stools provide countertop dining, while overhead pendant lights and recessed lighting illuminate the space. A gray mosaic tile backsplash and hardwood floors add finishing touches.
An industrial loft gets a modern update; this kitchen draws in the best of both design styles. High, beamed, wood ceilings exude a sense of raw power and strength, where the clean lines of the contemporary appliances and cabinets make the space feel balanced and refined. The warmth of the ceilings is echoed in the use of red-topped stools, tying the room together.
By pairing an antique console table with Asian-inspired artwork, TerraCotta Design Build added serious interest to the stairs. The gold picture frames and ruby red stool bring in those jewel tones that the owner loves, too.
Red stools and chairs, contemporary metal and mesh furniture and a water element make this Boston courtyard a chic hangout spot. The townhouse courtyard designed by A Blade of Grass has a plexiglass panel, fire feature and glass table on wheels. It was an Association of Professional Landscape Designers award winner for small garden design.
Fresh and homey, here's an eat-in kitchen any chef -- and family! -- would adore. Crisp whites of the cabinets and kitchen island bring brightness, and are the perfect simple backdrop that lets the room's other design items --like the cherry red stools -- pop. Woven chairs and a butcher block table feel earthy, and an antique china cabinet displays colorful cups and accents.
A curved gray island with marble countertop is lined with dark leather bar chairs. The red-brown tone of the chairs pops against the charcoal gray and thick white trim. Soft wood cabinetry and hardwood floor add a traditional element to the design. Glass cone pendant lights and a glossy silver backsplash finish the look.