This elegant and textured master suite features a traditional seating area with an iron chandelier, a soft gray sofa with chaise and a round glass table. The large window with patterned, neutral curtains lets in lots of natural light and highlights the pattern on the area rug.
This dining room features neutral wood wall paneling paired with a red ceiling and matching French door. A round glass table with modern white chairs sits at the center with a metal chandelier overhead. Multicolored artwork, an antique record player and hardwood floors add finishing touches.
This spacious, open floor plan allows guests to easily transition between the living room and kitchen areas. A neutral leather sofa and round glass table are included in the living room, while the large white kitchen features a peninsula with two black stools for casual dining.
A rental unit receives a transitional upgrade from designer Lisa Furey. Simple gray cabinets are paired with charcoal countertops and contemporary lighting. Kubu wicker Parsons chairs surround a round glass table in this open dining and kitchen. Reclaimed wood is used to create a rustic abstract art piece in the dining area.
A whimsical yet edgy design is created for a young, hip couple to reflect their dramatic personality. Set in a bay window, a round glass table is surrounded by sleek black chairs for a comfortable yet contemporary space. A circular area rug defines the space, while a cool domed light fixture brightens the room.
Contemporary double french doors open to an alfresco dining room on this gorgeous second-story stone balcony with a wood beamed roof. Furnishings are kept simple with a round glass table flanked by four neutral chairs. Potted plants line the railing of the patio and serve as a lush green frame to the desert view.
This condo is small in size, but the features and furnishings are high in style. The dining room chandelier is oversized, but the glass and sculpted metal look is open and perfect for this space. The round, glass table seats six comfortably in stylish chairs with sleek backs and legs. Designer tip: In small spaces, keep the flooring consistent because transitions can visually make a space seem smaller.