For more formal affairs, the owners can head into the dining room just off the kitchen. Here, a long table with fourteen slipper chairs allows for large family-style dinners, while a silver chandelier overhead generates serious interest.
Those vaulted ceilings continue into the living room, which helps encourage movement between the two spaces. With two slipper chairs, a tufted sofa and a fireplace, this is the perfect spot to gather with family and friends after dinner.
Turning right off the foyer leads into the formal dining room, where a round, glass-topped table and eight slipper chairs sit centerstage. A neutral area rug softens the terra cotta tile floors and accentuates the room's light and airy aesthetic.
Those marble floors continue into the dining room, where a long table and ten slipper chairs sit in front of a wall of windows. To the left, a large mirror reflects the natural light and makes this space seem even brighter.
To ensure that the homeowners could enjoy their dining room, regardless of being in a wheelchair or prosthetics, the designers had a dining table built custom. Navy slipper chairs provide chic, yet comfortable seating, while vibrant artwork completes the stunning aesthetic.
Neutral hues and clean, contemporary lines easily define the entry of this condo in San Francisco. Identical slipper chairs on either side of the console table not only balance the room, but also give the owners a spot to remove shoes and jackets.
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.
With eight slipper chairs and a bar cart in the corner, it's clear that this Mediterranean-modern dining room is meant for entertaining. Two contemporary mirrors fill out the walls and reflect the natural light, making the space seem bigger and brighter.
In this yellow living room, a round coffee table is centrally located between two sofas and matching slipper chairs. The woven detail on the sofa and table are tropical in style but offset by more traditional pillows and decor within the room.
A striped accent wall pulls this living room together and goes well with the cream sofa and printed slipper chairs. The room is no longer dark and dreary thanks to an orange coffee table, vibrant throw pillows and the help of HGTV's Buying and Selling.
When they have a project to work on, the owners can head upstairs and make use of this sophisticated craft room. In addition to a long wood desk and comfortable slipper chair, the space comes with built-in bookshelves that keep supplies -- like paint cans -- on hand.
A taupe wall color paired with a white built-in bookshelf and cabinet enhance this cozy family room. Designer Rachel Oliver included a red and tan upholstered slipper chair and accessorized the shelves with books, candles, vases and other items to complete the look of the space.
In this traditional lounge designed with Napoleon in mind, chalk paint becomes a thoughtful medium for capturing Old World details on a modern canvas. A gold velvet sofa and ruby-colored slipper chair pair well with a swirling mirror, making the space seem large and luxurious.
Cozy and comfortable are two words that come to mind with regard to this contemporary living room. A white sofa is packed with pillows, while trellis-patterned red slipper chairs offer additional seating. A painting of paint buckets adds another layer of color and pattern to the space.
By paring this dining room down to the essentials -- a traditional wood table, six slipper chairs and a small light fixture -- the designers ensured that all eyes would be on the view outside. If you look closely, though, you'll see classic details like crown molding, wainscoting and stained glass over the windows.
Set a seating area apart by framing it within a custom cornice piece and drapes, like this example from HGTV's Great Rooms. A painting hung on top of the drapes adds visual richness and depth to the eclectic space, while white slipper chairs help to define the living room from the adjacent dining room.
The walls of this contemporary sitting room have an unusual structure: blue panels interspersed with stainless steel strips. A graphic brown and cream slipper chair adds textural dimension to the space. However, behind a paneled wall, the space converts to a handy laundry unit with washer/dryer and an area for hobbies and crafts. The room is part of HGTV's 2011 Green Home.
A pair of modern tufted slipper chairs creates a cozy spot for conversation in this airy, contemporary living room. Soft gray walls provide a perfect backdrop for modern art. A contemporary bar cabinet with art deco details rests in one corner, adding to the room's party-ready feel. Designer Claire Paquin went with a gray color scheme dotted with varying shades of blue to give the space an elegant, serene feel.