A wood-framed living room armchair is paired with a small, round metal side table to create a cozy spot to relax. A throw is ready for chilly nights and a vase of yellow flowers adds a punch of color to the neutral space.
Great seasonal style makes more sense (and is more cost-effective) when it can be adapted for year round use. Take away the themed Halloween pillows and decor and leave a pop of orange in pillows and side tables so your seasonal purchases can last all year long.
We love this hip orange side table, a fun, useful purchase for Halloween that you can use 365. You don't have to drop all your cash on seasonally-specific decor that will be packed away when the holiday is over. Instead, use the occasion as an excuse to sort through your existing decor and get rid of what no longer works and upgrade your porch decor with a fresh new item.
On the other side of the kitchen's peninsula, guests will find a breakfast nook filled with natural light. A curved, built-in banquette makes the most of this round corner, while three gray slipper chairs provide even more seating around the table.
The open-plan kitchen allows for easy transition between the living and dining rooms, creating optimal circulation for guests. The dining room features a round wood dining table, rich brown walls and exposed wooden beam ceiling.
A huge round window and tree-trunk side table bring hobbit-like charm to the master bathroom. A pebbled floor and marble backsplash add plenty of luxury too. Designed by Bill Moore, Chris Reebals and Emory Ratliff
In this living room, an oval-shaped rug, crisscrossed by black and blue lines, connects one side of the room with the other. A combination of armchairs provide seating around heavy, black coffee tables.