Just off the kitchen, a cozy round area rug anchors the dining table in this open layout home. A gorgeous contemporary chandelier echoes the table's shape and adds a personal touch to the modern space.
A geometric painting on canvas sets the color palette for this breakfast area with the bamboo plant and brown furniture echoing the green and brown hues. The etched glass chandelier, circular rug and round table with chairs visually balance each other with their similar shapes and anchor the room.
A subtle mix of shapes makes this neutral dining room all the more interesting. A round wood dining table is surrounded by curved dining chairs, while a boxy chandelier and framed art add a few sharp edges to the overall design.
Houseplants provide a just-right pop of color in this neutral room. Black and white photos pick up on the color scheme of the chandelier and marble coffee table, as seen on HGTV's Restored by the Fords.
This contemporary dining room features a large, round dining table with slip covered armchairs. Natural elements are repeated in the space with use of wood furniture and accessories, as well as, woven elements.
A round glass dining table adds seating capacity without hindering the visual flow of this contemporary dining space. A mosaic tile backsplash in the kitchen accentuates the upscale cabinetry and the elevated ceiling, and a large island provides food prep and casual dining space.
A gray sofa and sleek armchairs flank a round black coffee table, creating a cozy sitting area. A shelf under the coffee table provides additional storage for magazines and books. Illuminated by two matching black lamps, a gallery wall adds visual interest.
A large, round game table with inlaid starburst and stunning linen chars sit center stage on a round, gray area rug in this contemporary game room. Mother-of-pearl mosaic tiled columns flank the sliding glass door leading to the balcony. A striking, round crystal chandelier and charming "wow" sign mesh class and opulence with fresh and hip elements.
There's nothing more cozy and inviting than an eat-in kitchen with breakfast nook. Here, dark woods are used in the nook as opposed to the light woods in the kitchen, creating a sense of a separate space -- but one that's still connected due to the matching chairs at the kitchen island. Striped windows in both spaces also create a unity.